A Pleasant Prairie woman who caused a head on collision Tuesday in Caledonia was charged with being under the influence of a cocktail of prescription drugs.

Chelsea Styron, 32, was under the influence of at least five drugs, including prescription anti-anxiety, anti-psychotic, narcotic, amphetamine and muscle relaxant medications, according to a criminal complaint by the Racine County Sheriff’s Department.

She told police she had taken the medications that morning. After the accident police searched her vehicle finding Flexeril, Adderall, Tramadol, Clonazepam and Meloxicam. She was taken for a blood draw.

Styron hit two cars after swerving over the center line traveling northbound on Douglas Avenue. One of the victims received serious injuries and was taken to a hospital on a flight for life for a broken arm, three broken ribs and a lung contusion. The other victim suffered minor injuries.

She is charged with felony causing injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle and misdemeanor causing injury operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

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