Woman facing charges after using daughter to blow into ignition interlock system, DUI and crash

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QUINCY TOWNSHIP, FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa.– A Waynesboro woman, who crashed her car while she was driving under the influence, is facing charges after using her daughter to blow into an ignition interlock system, police said.

Angela Daywalt, 36, is facing DUI, endangering the welfare of a child and a number of summary traffic violations for the incident.

On February 13 at approximately 11:05 p.m., police responded to a single vehicle crash on Tornstown Road.

After fleeing the scene, Daywalt was found at her residence.

According to a witness, Daywalt was attempting to have her 8-year-old daughter, who was in the vehicle during the crash, blow into her ignition interlock system.

Daywalt was taken to Chambersburg Hospital for a blood draw, and was found to be under the influence.

Now, she will face charges.