LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — A judge reduced bail for the woman accused of killing a 10-year-old girl in a DUI crash in July.
Sequoyah Collins, 24, was charged with murder.
She has been accused of speeding down Tates Creek Road at speeds of 85 mph, running a red light and hitting another vehicle.
Alexia Gomez Hernandez was inside the other car and was killed.
Police said Collins' blood-alcohol level four hours after the crash was .211.
A blood test also confirmed that she had traces of cocaine in her system.
Her bail was reduced to $150,000 full cash.