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A 21-year-old California woman has been arrested on suspicion of felony drunken driving and felony manslaughter after authorities says she was barreling down a suburban Los Angeles freeway in the wrong direction and caused a crash that left six people dead.

The suspect, Olivia Carolee Culbreath, 21, was hospitalized in serious condition with a broken femur and a ruptured bladder, California Highway Patrol spokesman Rodrigo Jimenez said.

Culbreath, of Fontana, was heading east on the westbound 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar at about 4:40 a.m. Sunday when her red Chevy Camaro hit a Ford Explorer head-on, the Los Angeles Times reports. Another vehicle then hit the Explorer.

“There was alcoholic beverage evidence,” Jimenez said. “We’re treating this as a crime scene.”

Cbslocal.com, citing CHP, said two women in Culbreath’s Camaro died on-scene along with a women and a man ejected from the other cars. Two other women died at a hospital.

“This tragedy is 100% preventable,” Jimenez told the Times.

A CHP officer was posted at Culbreath’s bedside at the Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center.

Wendell Johnson of Rancho Cucamonga, a friend of Culbreath’s, told the San Gabriel Valley Tribunethat the group in Culbreath’s car had been on a “girls’ night out” in Fullerton. He said he found out about the “horrible” accident reading his Twitter feed Sunday morning.

“It’s the worst way to learn something like this,” he said. “This is just horrible.”

Joel Cortez, 57, of Ontario, escaped with scratches and severe bruises. His son, Jonathan Cortez, told KABC-TV that his father is in a lot of pain.

“All he remembers really is just the airbag going off and he was just moving and moving, and finally the car came to a stop,” Jonathan Cortez told KABC. “He had looked around, and there were people lying on the ground. And he said it was like something you would see out of a movie.

“We’re actually really blessed to the fact that we still have him. We know that six people have been killed from this, and we send our condolences to those families and friends of the victims.”

Source:John Bacon, USA TODAY

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