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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A newly released report shows police suspected the woman who allegedly slammed her SUV into a little league baseball park and mowed down three people may have been intoxicated.

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The report indicates police conducted a blood test on 51-year-old Marilyn Aguilera. They also suspect she was speeding.

Aguilera barreled her GMC Envoy into a fenced baseball field Tuesday at Tamiami Park in West Miami-Dade, off of SW 117th Avenue near Coral Way.

The police report shows she first hit 39-year-old Ileana Salort-Horta, then 73-year-old Elias Espinosa before hitting the most critically hurt, 43-year-old Javier Perez.

Perez remained in ICU Friday in critical but stable condition. Doctors were forced to partially amputate his legs on Thursday.

Salort-Horta was sitting by the baseball field watching her son on first base.

“I heard the screeching,” Salort-Horta told CBS4 Reporter Donna Rapado. “I tried to move but the SUV was coming so fast that I didn’t react.  And I just thought, ‘I can’t believe this is how I’m gonna die.'”

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Suddenly she was flying in the air and rolling on the ground.

“I just turned to my right and just curled up in fetal position and told God, ‘please, please don’t do this.’  I opened my eyes and saw the sky and said, ‘holy crap, I’m alive'”.

But right behind her, Perez was talking to Espinoza when Espinoza told Rapado that Perez saw the SUV coming at them and pushed him away yelling “watch out” in Spanish.

Espinoza choked up as he told Rapado he felt guilty the 43 year old saved the 73 year old’s life.

Perez’s friends, his colleagues and students at South Dade Senior High aren’t surprised – everyone preaching how kind, strong and caring he is.

Students showed love and support in the school halls with a drum line, beating for the man they say is the best thing to happen there.

And friends have created GoFundMe page to help with the unexpectedly mounting medical bills, raising more than $75,000 so far, in just three days. They’re also selling shirts that read #JAVISTRONG, with all profits going to the Perez family.

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As police continue to investigate, they await the results of Aguilera’s blood tests.