The Oklahoma state medical examiner has determined that the woman who was driving the car that struck and killed the wife of Thunder assistant coach and former Knick Monty Williams had drugs in her system, according to the New York Daily News.
Ingrid Williams, 44, died last month near Oklahoma City, when a car crossed the line and collided with her SUV. The other driver, Susannah Donaldson, had her dog on her lap and was pronounced dead at the scene.
From the NY Daily News:
The report from NewsOK.com, says that Susannah Donaldson, 52, had methamphetamines in her system and she was travelling as fast as 92 miles per hour moments before the head-on collision and 78 mph at impact. The speed limit at the site of the accident is 40 mph.
Williams has remained at home with the couple’s five children, ages 5 to 17, since Ingrid’s death and the Oklahoma City Thunder recently said he will not return to the bench this season.
Williams played for University of Notre Dame and was the former head coach of the New Orleans Pelicans.
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