A woman in Ohio was arrested after she backed her car into the Huron river, killing a 4-year-old inside.
According to FOX8 in Cleveland, Ohio, 32-year-old Lindsey Gundlach was with the 4-year-old's mother and sister when they decided to drive to another friend's house. The mother took her own car, while her two children went in Gundlach's.
As Gundlach was backing out of the driveway, she reportedly missed the road and went into the Huron River.
The mother dove into the river to try and help save the children. The girl was rescued from the car, FOX8 reports.
Gundlach was also able to escape, but no one was able to rescue 4-year-old Javin Jaques as the vehicle sank into the river.
Responders to the scene eventually located and took the child from the vehicle. The 4-year-old was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
FOX8 reports officers arrested Gundlach at the scene on suspicion of drunk driving. The woman later took a breath alcohol test, with the result being .12BAC.
On Monday the woman pleaded not guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide, operating a vehicle impaired (OVI) and child endangering.
Her bond was set at $750,000.