FARMINGTON -- A 29-year-old woman who tried to evade police and was hit by two freight trains was booked and released from the Davis County Jail on Wednesday.
Woods Cross police booked Bonnie Jean Stroud on two counts of aggravated assault, one count of evading police, one count of reckless driving, one count of driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs, one count of disorderly conduct, and one count of driving without a valid driver's license.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Stroud's blood alcohol content at the hospital was .192, more than double the legal limit of .08.
The Davis County Attorney's Office is reviewing the case before filing formal charges in 2nd District Court.
According to the document, Stroud was "an unwanted guest" at a party in Woods Cross Sunday morning. She got upset when asked to leave by the homeowners, threw items around and pepper sprayed two guests at the party.
She left the party as police approached and then took off at a high rate of speed, police said. She led them on a chase during which speeds got as high as 100 mph.
Stroud turned eastbound on 2600 South, police said. At 1050 West Stroud's Mercedes Benz was at a train crossing and was struck by a southbound freight train.
As police were arriving, another southbound train on an adjacent track hit the vehicle.
Emergency crews extricated Stroud from the car, which was totaled. She was taken to University of Utah Hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening.
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