A woman who killed two people in Redding two years ago while driving drunk has been given a possible life prison sentence. After a night spent drinking at two bars and drinking more beer in her car, 27-year-old Kendra Anderson-Schwegerl was told by a friend that she should not drive. She refused an offer of a ride home and a few minutes later, at 12:35AM on November 3rd of 2017, she was barreling down Churn Creek Road at a hundred miles an hour. At the Hartnell Avenue intersection the light was red and Anderson-Schwegerl’s Ford Freestyle SUV plowed into the back of a Toyota Corolla, killing 18-year-old Erica Young and 19-year-old Lacy Jackson of Hoopa. Three others in the Toyota were badly injured. More than an hour after the crash, Anderson-Schwegerl’s blood alcohol level was still more than 3 times the legal limit. In June a jury found her guilty of two counts of second degree murder and other charges. On Friday she was sentenced to 30 years to life in state prison.