DENVER - (AP) - A Denver jury convicted a woman accused of drivingdrunk and killing two Connecticut librarians when she crashed intothe taxi that was taking them to the airport after a convention.
Jurors deliberated less than a day before delivering theirverdict in the trial of 41-year-old Sandra Jacobson. Investigatorstold jurors Jacobson's blood-alcohol level was twice the legallimit several hours after the crash that killed 71-year-old KateMcClelland and 54-year-old Kathleen Krasniewicz, both fromGreenwich, Conn.
Jacobson admitted she was drunk that day, but that she had drunkafter the crash. She also said she kept driving because she didn'trealize she had hit the librarians' taxi.