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Bond set for woman involved in fatal accident that killed three

Hahnville, La. - A judge sets a $500,000bond for a Laplace woman following her involvement in a fatal car crash in St. Charles Parish last month.

State police say Jennifer Englade was drunk when she crashed into another car on Airline Highway May 26th.

The accident killed 23 year-old Romishe Mejia and a 20-year-old pregnant woman.

A 29 year-old passenger in Englade's car was also killed.

Court records released Wednesday say she had a blood alcohol level of .15.

Englade also had cocaine and amphetamines in her system at the time of the crash.

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