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WINDSOR, Vt. (AP) — One person has died after a driver turned around and drove the wrong way on Interstate 91 and collided with two cars in Windsor, Vermont State Police said.

The driver who turned around, Sarah Love, 34, of Waitsfield, is facing charges of driving under the influence of alcohol with death resulting and gross negligent operation with death resulting, police said. It wasn't immediately known if Love was being represented by an attorney.

She was taken to the hospital with a head injury, police said Wednesday.

State police were notified of a vehicle driving erratically on 91 south late Tuesday afternoon. The driver then turned around and started heading north in the southbound lane, police said. The sports utility vehicle hit an oncoming car and then a second car, killing that driver, police said.

The name of the driver who died has not been released.

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