Jorgensen, who was eight months pregnant during the time of the accident, was found to be driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, according to Christian News. After she crossed oncoming traffic, she got into a collision with another vehicle driven by couple Robert and Mary Kelly.
The Kellys died because of the accident, while Jorgensen suffered injuries. When she was rushed to the hospital, doctors decided to perform a C-section to save her unborn child. However, after six days, her child died because of injuries suffered during the accident.