No charges will be filed against the woman involved in a crash that killed two Indianapolis EMS workers earlier this month.
The Marion County Prosecutor's Office announced it had reviewed the evidence and won't charge Jade Hammer, 21, of Indianapolis.
Hammer had been driving west on St. Clair Street in Indianapolis on Feb. 16 when she drove through a flashing red light and hit an ambulance being driven south on Senate Avenue by EMT Tim McCormick, of Greenwood, and paramedic Cody Medley, of Indianapolis. McCormick died shortly after the crash, and Medley died a day later.
Hammer told police that she had fewer than two drinks before the crash, and a toxicology test showed her BAC level was 0.038, which is less than half of Indiana's legal limit of 0.08 percent. A separate toxicology test showed no evidence of any other intoxicants in Hammer's blood, a news release from the prosecutor's office said.
"This was clearly a tragic accident, and we again extend our sympathies to the families and friends of Cody Medley and Tim McCormick. However, we do not believe that the circumstances of the accident rise to the level of a crime," Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said in the release.