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Man Dies After Being Carried 2 Miles On Windshield Of Alleged Drunk Driver

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A man was killed after being struck by a driver who was allegedly so drunk that she drove more than two miles with his body "embedded" in her windshield.Police said bystanders managed to get Sherri Wilkins, 51, to finally stop the car about 2.3 miles from the scene of the crash, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The victim Philip Moreno, 31, was rushed to the hospital, but he did not survive.

The crash happened last night around 11:25 pm in Torrance. Police said that Wilkins blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit.

Wilkins told police officers that she was coming home from work.

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