Aggravated DUI Leaves ISU Students Injured

Published 03/31 2014 06:41PM

Updated 03/31 2014 06:43PM

A Bloomington woman remains behind bars tonight, charged with aggravated DUI, after a weekend crash sends four people to the hospital.

One of the victims is critically injured.

At least three are Illinois State University students.

Police say 37-year-old Jamie Webb was charged today with aggravated DUI, DUI, and two traffic tickets, following a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Main and Empire Street in Bloomington.

Police say the accident happened just before two am Saturday.

According to our news partner WJBC Radio, prosecutors say Webb was driving between 45 and 60 miles an hour on Empire Street.

Webb allegedly ran a red light and hit a Camry.

One of the Camry’s passengers, Michael Collins, had immediate surgery for a head injury and remains in critical condition.

Three other women in his car were taken to the hospital with injuries.

We know ISU student Ali Seys was treated and released.

Student Tawni Rickets is still in the hospital.

ISU president Dietz has been in contact with the victims families.

Meantime Webb’s bail is set to half a million dollars today.

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