Bail remains high for a 25-year-old woman charged with murder for an allegedly drunken crash that killed two teenagers in November. The collision happened at 12:35AM on November 3rd at the corner of Hartnell and Churn Creek. A Ford Freestyle driven by Kendra Andersen-Schwegerl was southbound on Churn Creek Road, reportedly speeding and straddling both southbound lanes. At the Hartnell intersection the light was red and she plowed into the rear of a Toyota Corolla containing five people. 19-year-old Erica Young and 18-year-old Wa-Rec Lacy Mae Jackson were killed. The other three passengers suffered major injuries. Andersen-Schwegerl had minor injuries. There were open containers of alcohol in her SUV and the district attorney’s office says she had a blood alcohol level of .254, more than 3 times the legal limit. She was taken into custody and arraigned last month. On Friday her defense requested a bail reduction. It was denied and she’s still being held on One Million Dollars bail pending two counts of second degree murder.