An El–Jebel woman has been arrested and faces a charge of Vehicular Homicide as well as drug and alcohol charges for allegedly causing the rollover crash that killed her boyfriend and left both of them trapped in the vehicle for four and a half days. The crash happened October 16th on highway 92 near Delta. 27-year-old Amy Thompson suffered serious injuries, her boyfriend 37-year-old Christopher Miller also of El-Jebel was killed in the crash. The two were discovered October 21st after a passing motorist reported seeing the car off the roadway. Police estimate the vehicle was going about 80 miles per hour in a 65 miles per hour zone when it crashed and rolled.
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