Florida Woman Arrested After 111 MPH Police Chase and Crash That Killed One of Her Passengers Was on Probation for Fatal Wreck She Caused at 16

Jennifer Carvajal, 24, was arrested following the crash along a highway near Interstate 4 in Tampa, Florida on Sunday that killed one of her passengers

A Florida woman who was on probation over a fatal 2014 traffic crash has been arrested following another dramatic high-speed crash that killed one of her passengers.

Jennifer Carvajal, 24, was clocked driving 111 mph along a highway near Interstate 4 in Tampa on Sunday. A Florida Highway Patrol trooper started pursuing her and tried to overtake Carvajal to pull her over.

Dashcam video captured the moment Carvajal made a hard right turn that sent her Hyundai Elantra onto the road’s shoulder and down an embankment before going airborne.

Her car struck a concrete light pole and a palm tree before overturning in the parking lot of a car dealership.

She has been charged with reckless driving involving a serious injury, DUI involving a serious injury, DUI manslaughter, driving without a license and multiple counts of DUI property damage

A 19-year-old front seat passenger was thrown into the backseat and two rear passengers, a 20-year-old and a 22-year-old, were ejected from the car.

The passengers were all taken to a hospital.

The 22-year-old later died from her injuries.

Carvajal, who suffered minor injuries, was the only one in the car wearing a seat belt, according to the trooper.

She was later arrested and charged with reckless driving involving a serious injury, DUI involving a serious injury, DUI manslaughter, driving without a license and multiple counts of DUI property damage.

Court records show that Carvajal is currently on probation after serving prison time for a previous fatal wreck when she was 16.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Emily Crane; The Associated Press

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