KEARNEY, Neb. (AP) - An Elm Creek woman who was involved in a 2018 crash that killed three people has been given one year of probation, fined $500 and had her driver's license revoked for 60 days.
Kasey Rayburn, 38, also must spend two days in jail for her driving under the influence count, the Kearney Hub reported.
Investigators have said Rayburn was driving a sport utility vehicle in the early-morning hours of Oct. 16, 2018, on U.S. Highway 30 near Elm Creek when her SUV collided with a car that failed to stop at a stop sign. Three passengers in the car - 18-year-old Ziera Nickerson, of Kearney; 27-year-old Karli Michael, of Pontiac, Illinois; and 20-year-old Donald Anderson, of Overton - all died at the scene. A fourth passenger, 18-year-old Ashley Kemp of Kearney, was injured.
The driver of the car, Angelique Kampmann, 21, of Platte Center, faces trial next month on charges that include manslaughter, driving under the influence and causing serious injury.