Woman Killed Driving Wrong Way On Turnpike
Woman Killed Driving Wrong Way on Turnpike
A Monroeville mother who was killed after driving the wrong way on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in July had no alcohol or illegal drugs in her body. Andrea Baker’s system contained only a sleep medication she apparently had taken the night before. Andrea Baker’s SUV hit an oncoming tractor-trailer about 1 mile away from the Pittsburgh exit in Monroeville.
Baker died in the crash. Her son, Aiden, who was in a car seat, was not seriously injured.
According to court records, Baker was awaiting trial on charges of driving under the influence of psychotropic prescription drugs at the time of the crash.
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