A Canadian woman whose drunk driving left four people dead in January received a 10-year sentence on Thursday.
Catherine McKay, 49, pleaded guilty in June to four counts of impaired driving that killed a whole family.
McKay failed to stop her car and collided with another car carrying a couple with their two children in the accident in January.
Police report said they all died later.
According to the report, police officers found after the crash that McKay’s blood-alcohol level was three times of the legal limit.