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CrimeMother of twin boys killed in crash booked into jail, facing felony DUI charges

18:45  04 june  2019
18:45  04 june  2019 Source:   wyff4.com

Man charged with DWI in deadly Greensboro hit-and-run

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PICKENS COUNTY, S.C. - A South Carolina mother has been charged with felony DUI in connection with a fatal crash that killed her twin 6-year-old Knox is facing two counts of felony DUI resulting in death, two counts of child restraint violations, child endangerment and seatbelt violation charges .

Mother of twin boys killed in crash booked into jail, facing felony DUI charges© Pickens County Detention Center Jennifer Knox

The mother of twin boys who were killed in a crash has been booked into the Pickens County Detention Center to face charges.

Jennifer Lynn Knox was booked Monday night. She's charged with two counts of felony DUI resulting in death, two counts of child passenger restraint violation, one count child endangerment and one seat belt violation, according to the Pickens County Detention Center website.

Mother of twin boys killed in crash booked into jail, facing felony DUI charges© GoFundMe Camryn and Dylan Clark

South Carolina State Highway Patrol said on May 26, Knox was driving a BMW on Highway 183. She tried to pass a vehicle towing a boat and hit another car head-on.

SC mom in DUI wreck that killed twins had history of not using child safety seats

SC mom in DUI wreck that killed twins had history of not using child safety seats Dylan and Camryn Clark were inseparable — swimming, riding bikes, playing with animals. "All kinds of boy stuff, you know," Pamela Clark said. "It was constant chaos. They were so full of love with the biggest smiles and the most sparkling eyes." Dylan and Camryn were in kindergarten at Northside Elementary School in Seneca. Counselors were made available at the school for students and staff on Tuesday. "Our collective school community's thoughts continue to be with the families of these twin boys," Principal Geoff Smith said in a statement.

PICKENS COUNTY, S.C. - A South Carolina mother has been charged with felony DUI in connection with a fatal crash that killed her twin 6-year-old Knox is facing two counts of felony DUI resulting in death, two counts of child restraint violations, child endangerment and seatbelt violation charges .

PICKENS COUNTY, S.C. – A South Carolina mother has been charged with felony DUI in connection with a fatal crash that killed her twin 6-year-old Knox is facing two counts of felony DUI resulting in death, two counts of child restraint violations, child endangerment and seatbelt violation charges .

The BMW rolled several times, troopers said.

Twins brothers Dylan and Camryn Clark died at the scene, troopers said.

Knox was airlifted to a hospital.

The coroner said Knox and the twin boys were not wearing seat belts.

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