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ORLANDO (CBSMiami/AP) — A Central Florida woman who struck and killed a young teen as she sat in the middle of a road has been taken into custody.

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Mackenzi Sue-Rose Miller, 21, was arrested Tuesday.

Investigators said 13-year old Trinity Bachmann was sitting on a road in Apopka after arguing with her family following a trip to the Central Florida Fair on Feb. 28. As her mother tried to get her back into the car, Miller’s vehicle slammed into the teen.

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Apopka police say Miller had glassy eyes and reeked of alcohol.

Miller is charged with driving under the influence manslaughter and driving under the influence while causing injury.

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