Windsor Hills Crash: District Attorney Says Nicole Linton Did Not Have Alcohol In System

With more details about the fatal Los Angeles accident that killed six people, including a pregnant woman and her young child, the Los Angeles District Attorney said Nicole Linton had no alcohol in her system, contrary to previous reports.

George Gascon stated that Linton had no alcohol in her system despite a woman claiming it was her friend, saying she was drinking at someone’s house and was angry with her boyfriend.

“I know some of you spoke to a woman who claimed they were drinking together. The CHP is working to identify this person, but we don’t have any other information,” Jason said.

Gascon also stated that there was no evidence that she was under the influence of alcohol and driving, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The Los Angeles Times also reported that Linton has a pattern of getting caught in shipwrecks. The California Highway Patrol has been involved in 13 previous accidents.

When asked about the cause of the accident, the attorney general expressed that he “would not go into details”.

Authorities formally charged Linton with six counts of murder and five counts of aggravated motor vehicle murder. She faces up to 90 years in prison.

Linton has $9 million bail

The former travel nurse has a $9 million bond at the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, California.

As previously reported, Linton was arrested Friday for manslaughter on vehicles with gross negligence after a high-speed crash occurred at approximately 2 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of Slauson and La Brea Avenue.

During the collision, the 37-year-old Mercedes-Benz ran a red light at an accelerated speed.

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported:

Due to the severe damage caused by the fires, it is not known at this time the make and model of the vehicles involved and the vehicles the parties involved were traveling in.


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