Florida Woman Accused of Drunkenly Crashing into People and Motor Homes at Daytona Speedway

Daytona Speedway: Florida Woman Accused of Drunken Driving in Infield
Abbie Kinney
Volusia County Sheriff's Office

03/07/2016 AT 02:40 PM EST

A Florida woman is accused of slamming her car into four people and six motor homes who were camped in the infield of the Daytona 500 International Motor Speedway early Saturday morning.

Abbie Kinney, 43, allegedly told police she had had three beers before getting behind the wheel of a black Toyota pickup truck, according to a police report obtained by PEOPLE. Kinney allegedly told cops, "I shouldn't have been driving."

Kinney needed to have instructions for a field sobriety test repeated to her, the report states. It adds that she also had bloodshot eyes and needed support to maintain her balance.

On two breathalyzer tests, Kinney's blood alcohol level was .179 and .170, both of which are more than twice the legal limit, the report states. She has been charged with DUI causing injury, careless driving and several counts of property damage.

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Currently, Daytona Beach is hosting the 75th annual Bike Week, drawing thousands of Bikers. The speedway is hosting races, venders and motorcycle events.

It is unknown if Kinney has entered a plea or retained counsel.
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