Earlier this month, two people were killed when Frampere Ingle drove in the wrong direction on Ga. 400. Ingle was allegedly drunk at the time of the crash.
Beyonica Watts, a passenger in Ingle's car, doesn't blame Ingle for her injuries. Rather, Watts blames the bar where she and Ingle had been drinking, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Under Georgia's dram shop law, bars and restaurants can be held liable for injuries caused by customers who were served too much alcohol in certain circumstances. Could the bar that served Ingle be held accountable for her wrong-way crash?