Additional charge filed against wrong-way driver

The Post and Courier is reporting that another charge has been filed against Amy McCormick, the woman accused of a DUI after she hit another car while driving the wrong way on the James Island Connector, killing one.

It turns out that while the police reported the child in McCromick's car as not injured, the child actually was. The Post and Courier:
The child suffered a spinal fracture, a laceration to his thigh and a ventilator to was being used to assist his breathing, an affidavit said.

Don't know how you miss that. McCormick is still in the hospital and faces two counts of felony DUI and two counts of child endangerment.

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