diabetic who caused the fatal accident had normal blood sugar | California News
SAN DIEGO (AP) – A woman with diabetes died when she drove the wrong way on a San Diego-area freeway and collided with another car, killing two San Diego police detectives, had normal blood sugar levels and no was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, an autopsy concluded.
Sandra Daniels, 58, had normal glucose levels, no alcohol and only a small amount of Valium in her system when she crashed head-on into another car on Interstate 5 in San Ysidro in June, according to a San Diego County report. Medical Examiner’s Office cited by the San Diego Union-Tribune Thursday.
The report concluded that the accident was an accident.
The crash killed Daniels, whose car caught fire, and a married couple, Detective Ryan Park, 32, and Detective Jamie Huntley-Park, 33.
After the accident, her husband, Darrell Daniels, said his wife had diabetes, had gone to a medical center to fill her insulin prescription and may have been disoriented due to the ‘low blood sugar.
Daniels also told the Union-Tribune in June that his wife was “in directional difficulty” and often had problems when she had to drive on Interstate 5. She was heading north on southbound lanes when the accident happened near the US-Mexico border south of downtown. San Diego.
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