FORT MYERS, Fla. -- A Fort Myers woman was arrested Sunday after driving drunk with her children and causing a crash that sent two people to the hospital.
According to the Lee County Sheriff's Office, the crash happened around 1:49 p.m. in the area of US-41 and Elmwood Road.
Witnesses say a blue Jeep Wrangler was going south on US-41 when it lost control while attempting to change lanes.
The Jeep then hit a green Ford SUV, causing both vehicles to cross the median and roll over into on-coming traffic.
Deputies say one adult and an infant in the Ford SUV were taken to the hospital with injuries.
The driver of the Jeep was identified as Christina Cavanaugh. Her two children, a 7-year-old girl and 9-year-old boy, were in the Jeep during the crash.
During investigations, authorities found two empty plastic bottles of Sutter Home Chardonnay in the front passenger's area and two closed bottles on top of Cavanaugh's purse.
Cavanaugh agreed to a field sobriety test and failed.
When deputies told her she was under arrest for drinking and driving, she refused to be handcuffed.
At the jail, deputies say Cavanaugh became very difficult when asked to take a breath test. They say she became very aggressive, refused to sit down, and started screaming.
Cavanaugh was charged with DUI with persons under the age of 18, two counts of DUI with property damage, two counts of DUI with injury to another person and refusing to submit to a DUI test.
Deputies found Cavanaugh had a history on her driving record for DUI refusal and noticed a suspension was given to her in March of 2003.
Child Protective Services was called and told about the arrest.
Cavanaugh appeared in court on Monday. Her bond was set at $16,500.