Woman Charged With 4th DUI After Del. Crash

Woman Charged With 4th DUI After Del. Crash

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Police in Delaware say a woman faces her fourth DUI charge after a serious crash Friday evening in Wilmington that injured four other people, one of them critically.

The collision occurred at Concord Pike (U.S. Route 202) and Fairfax Boulevard just before 7 p.m., according to state police.

Kimberly S. Mauk, 46, is accused of turning left into the path of an oncoming car. The crash also left a 35-year-old woman in critical condition, a 37-year-old man with injuries described as not life-threatening, and two children, ages, 3 and 15 months, with minor injuries.

Mauk was released from Christiana Hospital on Sunday and taken into custody by troopers. In addition to DUI, she faces counts of vehicular assault, driving with a suspended or revoked license, and failure to yield the right of way, state police said.

She was released after posting $14,600 bond.

Police said they're continuing to investigate the crash.

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