CROSS LANES, W.Va. — A Kanawha County woman is facing charges today after a wrong way accident on I-64 early Saturday morning.

Kanawha County authorities say Lori Call, 41, of Nitro got on the interstate at the St. Albans exit around 3:30 a.m. and headed east in the west bound lanes.  Call collided head on with a car between Nitro and Cross Lanes in front of the Mardis Gras Casino.

The driver of the second vehicle, Daniel Harrison, 30, of Milton suffered multiple injuries and was transported to CAMC Teays Valley. Medics on the scene said his injuries were not life threatening.

After the impact, investigators say Call’s vehicle travelled another 300 feet before stopping. She suffered a leg injury and was treated and released from Thomas Memorial Hospital in South Charleston.

Deputies at the scene say Call’s blood alcohol level was .274, more than three times the legal limit. She’s charged with DUI causing injury and failure to maintain control of a vehicle.

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  • George

    And don't forget-----------we even have a no respect for life governor---------yep can't wait till election time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!such incompetence in Charleston.........

  • DWL

    Another DRUNK! Over 3 times the legal limit. you want to kill someone, just get drunk and run them over. All this state does is slap them on the wrist. Why? Because most of the politicians, judges and attorneys are drunks themselves.

  • Silas Lynch

    If Lori Call had of pulled a gun and shot Daniel Harrison this comment section would be full of the Chicken Little's running around screaming for gun control