Report: Driver in Route 38 fatal crash was impaired by alcohol
CAMPTON HILLS – A Wisconsin woman who died in a Dec. 1 four-car crash, which also killed an 18-year-old Kaneland graduate, had a blood-alcohol level of .229 at the time, according to toxicology results released Friday. That is almost three times the legal limit of .08 percent.
Jennifer Liston, 30, of Madison also had cough syrup and other amounts of controlled substances in her blood, according to the report, made available from the Kane County Coroner’s office through the Freedom of Information Act.
On Dec. 1, Liston led police on a chase on Route 38 through Geneva to Campton Hills, at speeds ranging from 65 to 100 mph. She hit a car in Geneva, kept going, then drove into oncoming traffic, killing both herself and Zachary Bingham of Maple Park in a head-on crash, according to crash reports.
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