BLANCHARDVILLE, Wisc. (CNN/WKOW) -- A Wisconsin woman is suspected of causing three separate accidents while driving under the influence of alcohol. A mother and her infant barely escaped the driver as she drove on the wrong side of the road.
Jamie Desmet, with her three month old daughter Regan as a passenger came face-to-face with a wrong-way, suspected drunk driver on a rural road in Green County. Desmet says, "You know it was very scary, I was worried obviously about myself and my daughter, just concerned we were going to be severely injured in this accident , if we didn't get over all of the way."
Desmet was able to swerve to the shoulder on county Highway J at Highway 39 and only be sideswiped and authorities say the other driver kept going.
More than two hours later she smashed into a telephone box around "J" and quarry road and a few minutes after that, now in Dane County, smashed head on into another car on county Highway JG in the town of Perry. Authorities say no one was seriously hurt.
And suspected wrong way driver, 21-year old Danielle Kraus of Verona, faces tentative charges including causing injury by drunken driving.
Beyond the three wrong way crashes, authorities say Kraus may have hit other things.
Jamie Desmet is just relieved she reacted quickly enough, to keep her and her infant daughter safe.
The woman authorities say was the suspected wrong-way, drunken driver, Danielle Kraus, has yet to respond to our requests for comment.
She was hospitalized until the day after the crash. Now, she remains free.
Green County's sheriff says an arrest is not always made, in criminal, traffic cases, such as this.