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RED BANK, Tennessee(WDEF) - A Red Bank woman is in trouble after a bizarre DUI crash that wrecked four vehicles and nearly sent one car through the front room of a home.
It happened late Saturday night on the 300 block of Midvale Avenue.
Witnesses told WDEF at the scene that a van crashed into three cars that were parked in the front driveway of a home next to a narrow stretch of the roadway before crashing into a tree that left the van immobile.
Hadija Schofield was inside the home when he heard a loud noise.
"You just hear a Squeewee Boom! So I and my girl ran in there and I see my brother ducking like it was a war zone and I'm like what the F#@&. I ran outside and saw all these people. One dude was laying on the ground half unconscious and then there was a girl with a nose bleed trying to leave and I was like nobody is going anywhere," Schofield said.
Multiple witnesses said four people including the driver identified as Amber Hudson, 22, of Red Bank tried to leave the scene on foot but realized they wouldn't get away because police were already in route.
"She was trying to get out of here as fast as possible but then once she was sure we had called the cops, she said I know I'm going to jail," Schofield said.
Police and several eyewitnesses said Hudson failed a field sobriety test.
"She was wobbling everywhere and she couldn't keep her composure at all," Schofield said.
The crash could have been deadly for the people inside Schofield's home because the street and the driveway are elevated right next to the front of the house which sits on a hilly down-slope.
"One of the cars she hit was literally hanging over the edge and it looked like it could have flipped into the living room where my brothers were recording some music," Schofield said.
The crash could have also been deadly for Hudson and her three passengers had a tree not stopped their van from going over the edge of the driveway which has more than a six-foot drop after the edge.
Hudson was charged with DUI and reckless endangerment while the other three people were allowed to leave without facing criminal charges.