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Court documents: Boscobel woman who ran into tent facing 14 charges

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A Boscobel woman who allegedly drove into a tent, injuring seven, is facing a number of charges, according to court documents.

32-year-old Stacy Smith's blood alcohol content was more than twice the legal limit, according to those documents, and she now faces 14 criminal charges, including six felonies.

Smith is charged with three felony counts of injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle, three felony counts of injury by use of a vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration, four misdemeanor counts of causing injury while operating under the influence and four misdemeanor counts of operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration causing injury

According to the documents, Smith came over a hill going really fast, lost control and ran over a tent. She then allegedly put the car in reverse and hit the tent again.

Other people had to lift the car to get someone out who was trapped underneath.

Court documents show Smith's blood alcohol content at the time was .18, more than double the legal limit of .08.

According to our coverage partners at Telegraph Herald, Smith's next court hearing is set for Oct. 16.

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