The Medical Examiner just released new reports on Savannah Fay Donaldson the driver who died at the scene of the crash that killed the wife of OKC Thunder Assistant Coach Monty Williams the night of February 9, 2016.
At Ingrid Williams's funeral services, her husband Monty said he finds comfort in knowing his wife is now in heaven. “I’ll miss holding her hand. I’ll miss talking with my wife,” he said.
She leaves behind five children and countless people who poured in from all over to celebrate her life.
She was killed in a head on crash on February 9, when police say 52-year-old Savannah Fay Donaldson crossed the center line on South Western near I-40 and hit Ingrid's SUV at 78 miles per hour.
Toxicology results show Donaldson had methamphetamine in her system.
Experts at the Oklahoma Center for Poison and Drug Information said meth can increase a user's heart rate and blood pressure, make them agitated or anxious, cause a sense of paranoia. And in large doses, it could impact their heart beat or cause a seizure, according to Managing Director Scott Schaeffer.
Even though Donaldson was likely in no condition to drive and her decisions that day ultimately ended Ingrid’s life, Monty asked his supporters to pray for Donaldson’s family too.
“That family didn’t wake up wanting to hurt my wife. Life is hard. It is very hard. And that was tough. But we hold no ill will toward the Donaldson family,” he said.