ALOHA, Ore. (AP) - One unlucky Aloha home has been the crash-landing site of two different people suspected of drunken driving.
In the first crash, on Wednesday, Washington County sheriff's deputies came upon the crash scene and arrested the driver on DUII charges, but the home didn't sustain any damage and no one was injured.
Then, on Friday, police found 26-year-old Kimberly Veed of Portland wedged inside her 2003 Honda Accord, which was itself wedged between two homes, causing substantial damage.
Veed failed field sobriety tests and her blood-alcohol content was more than twice the legal limit.
No one was injured in the second crash.
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