THOMASBORO, Ill. (WICS/WCCU) -- A woman who died from a single-vehicle crash in November had a significant blood-alcohol count.
That's according to the Champaign County Coroner.
The crash took place in early November near Thomasboro at County Road 2400 North and 1200 East.
31-year-old Kalyn Porter allegedly had a blood-alcohol count of .245 when her car landed in a ditch.
The coroner also said Porter's blood-alcohol level played a part in the crash, but she ultimately died from blunt force injuries.