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BILLINGS – A Billings woman will face multiple charges for her involvement in a two vehicle crash in the Heights on Sunday around 7:30 p.m., according to Billings Police Department.7652704_G

The collision on Wicks Lane near the intersection of Lake Hills Drive occurred after a Chrysler passenger car, traveling eastbound, entered the westbound lane and struck a Dodge pickup, according to Sgt. Scott Conrad.

That impact crumpled the rear of the pickup on the driver’s side, tearing off a tire.

The front end of the Chrysler ripped off as it looked to have bounced off a nearby wooden fence.

No injuries were reported, but as officers arrived at the scene, the female driver of the Chrysler was seen walking away from the crash.

She ditched a coat and other items, Conrad said.

A search of the area turned up a baggy of methamphetamine and three glass pipes.

Conrad identified the woman as Keeley Christianson, 37, of Billings.

Christianson faces possible charges of Criminal Possession of Dangerous, Criminal Possession of Paraphernalia, as well as other traffic offenses.

Witnesses told police Christianson appeared to be driving as fast as 50 miles per hour and did not brake when she drove toward the pickup.

Meth use is suspected to have led to the crash.

http://www.ktvq.com/story/28966317/meth-suspected-factor-in-2-vehicle-heights-crash

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