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Woman accused of causing accident that killed pregnant woman and her sister bonds out of jail

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Boyett booking photo released by Hardin County Jail Boyett booking photo released by Hardin County Jail
A woman police say is responsible for a February accident that killed a pregnant woman and her sister has bonded out of jail.

Crystal Lummus Boyett, 40, of Kirbyville, is charged with three counts of manslaughter in the deaths of Conelly Rene Burns, 20, her unborn son and Burn's sister Courtney Ray Sterling, 15.  Her bond was $1.5 million.

According to 12News file stories, a Lumberton Police Spokesperson told 12News that Boyett was clocked at speeds as high as 150 MPH moments before her Camaro collided with a car driven by Sterling, killing all three. The accident happened back in February.

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