A U.S. Navy sailor who was driving under the influence when she caused a collision by traveling the wrong way on the San Diego-Coronado Bridge has been sentenced to five years probation.
Briana Rall, 24, a member of the U.S. Navy, drove a white Ford Fusion past the toll plaza and onto the bridge just after 4 a.m. on March 27.
When the authorities caught up with the car, Rall had already collided head-on with a Ford F-150 just 300 yards east of the toll plaza.
The driver of the Ford suffered three broken ribs and a swollen heart, officials said.
The driver of a third vehicle, a Dodge Ram pickup, was heading to work on base when he was struck by the F-150. The Dodge driver suffered moderate injuries and was treated at UCSD.
Traffic in both directions was held for several hours while CHP and Coronado police investigated.
Rall previously pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol causing injury and driving with a measurable blood alcohol causing injury.
A Judge sentenced her to five years probation and 365 days in custody with a work furlough authorized.