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UPDATE: Woman pleads guilty in fatal wrong-way accident on I-77 in Kanawha County, WV

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Authorities said Angela Walker killed a man while driving the wrong way on I-77 in Kanawha County, WV back on March 28. Authorities said Angela Walker killed a man while driving the wrong way on I-77 in Kanawha County, WV back on March 28.

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A Charleston woman admitted to driving in March 2013 under the influence of alcohol and cocaine and causing a wrong-way crash on Interstate 77 that killed another driver. Angela Walker, 45, pleaded guilty Thursday in Kanawha County Circuit Court.

The crash killed 48-year-old Edward Bryant of Big Chimney. Police said Walker was traveling in the wrong direction.

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Walker faces up to 10 years in prison and will be sentenced on Jan. 8.

A Charleston woman is expected to plead guilty in a DUI causing death case on Thursday.

Angela Walker is on Kanawha County Circuit Judge Duke Bloom's schedule for a plea hearing at 3 p.m.

Authorities said she killed a man while driving the wrong way on I-77 in Kanawha County, WV back on March 28.

The accident claimed the life of Edward Pete Bryant, 48.

Authorities said Walker was drunk when she got behind the wheel of her car and drove in the opposite lane of traffic.

She hit Bryant's truck head-on near the Westmoreland exit as he was on his way to work.

Walker was recently indicted by a grand jury for the crash.

Under West Virginia Code, DUI causing death carries a prison sentence of 2-10 years.  Prosecutors have not released details of the plea deal and what charge she will admit to.