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The Fontana woman accused in a multi-vehicle crash that left six people dead, including her sister, had a prior to DUI conviction, according to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Olivia Culbreath was headed east on the westbound 60 Freeway Sunday around 4:40a.m., when she was involved in the violent collision, California Highway Patrol officials said. Culbreath was injured in the crash and remained hospitalized Tuesday.

The victims were identified as: Kristin Melissa Young, 21, of Chino; Maya Louise Culbreath, 24, of Rialto; Gregorio Mejia-Martinez, 47, of Huntington Park; Ester Delgado, of unknown age, from Huntington Park; Leticia Ibarra, 42, of Huntington Park; and Jessica Jasmine Mejia, 20, of Huntington Park.

Read: Sole Surviving Victim of Wrong-Way Collision, ‘I Was Lucky’

Jennifer Gould reports from Boyle Heights for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014.

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