SAMMAMISH, Wash. - A second person has died of injuries from an SUV that crashed into a home, went through it and into Lake Sammamish.
Chopper 7 showed Carol Fedigan's Jeep clinging to a dock after the crash into the lake Friday.
Prosecutors said the 68-year-old driver's husband was killed in the crash. Her son-in-law died Monday. Her daughter remains in critical condition.
Her grandson was in the SUV with Fedigan, but was not seriously injured.
Neighbors said Fedigan went outside her home in the 3400 block of Lake Sammamish Lane Southeast on Friday evening to re-park her new white Jeep.
"She had her grandson on her lap, was re-parking the car, put it into gear and it just took off," said neighbor Kevin Connolly.
Investigators said when the SUV crashed through the house, it hit the driver's husband, daughter and son-in-law.
Police think Fedigan was impaired at the time of the crash, but it could take several weeks to get the toxicology report back.
She was booked into jail on charges of vehicular homicide and vehicular assault. She was released Sunday.
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