An Adams County grand jury has indicted a Quincy woman for her involvement in a traffic crash in which four people died a week ago.

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Adams County State’s Attorney Gary Farha announced Thursday the indictment of 36 year old Natasha McBride on twelve counts.

The grand jury handed down the indictments, charging McBride with four counts each of reckless homicide, leaving the scene of a personal injury accident and driving while license revoked.

McBride is alleged to have run a stop light at 4th and Broadway August 14th, striking a vehicle and killing a grandmother and three of her grandchildren.

When McBride is discharged from Blessing Hospital, she will be taken to the Adams County Jail, where she will be held on $5,000,000 bond.