A Prescott woman is in custody for allegedly driving impaired and crashing her pickup truck into four construction vehicles.
Prescott police say 43-year-old Stephanie Bustamante is being held on suspicion of felony DUI, felony endangerment and aggravated assault.
They say Bustamante's truck struck a milling machine and three other construction vehicles Tuesday night.
Authorities say there were 35 road crew workers in the area of the crash, which covered more than 1,700 feet from initial impact to where her truck stopped.
Two drivers in the construction vehicles suffered whiplash-like injuries.
Police say Bustamante provided a breath sample that indicated a blood-alcohol level almost three times the legal limit in Arizona.
She was evaluated at a Prescott hospital before being arrested. Police didn't immediately know Wednesday if Bustamante has an attorney.
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