Drunk woman drugged her wife and children and plunged off a cliff
According to a news report from the Washington Post, a 2003 GMC Yukon XL appears to have left a highway for a dirt turnout, then accelerated on that turnout for about 70 feet until it went off the cliff and onto a rocky shoreline in a remote stretch in Mendocino County, about 180 miles north of San Francisco.
In addition, the report stated that the bodies of Jennifer and Sarah Hart, both 38, were found on Monday, March 26th 2018 inside their crashed SUV. The bodies of three of their adopted children; 19-year-old Markis, 14-year-old Jeremiah and 14-year-old Abigail were found nearby.
Moreover, California Patrol Capt. Bruce Carpenter stated that toxicology test result found that Jennifer Hart had an alcohol level of .102, whereas her wife Sarah Hart and two of their children had a significant amount of diphenhydramine commonly found in the allergy drug Benadryl.
Furthermore, two out of the six adopted children are missing and another body has been found but have not yet identified by authorities.
Currently, this incident is under review in an ongoing investigation by the authorities, and further details will be reviewed and released to the public as it is determined.
We of the May Firm extend our deepest condolences to the victims affected by this unfortunate traffic accident. Our hearts sink upon hearing news of this accident and will keep the victims in our hearts and prayers.
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