Driver in crash that killed Ingrid Williams had meth in her system

The driver of the car that hit the wife of Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach Monty Williams in a head-on accident in Oklahoma City in February, resulting in their deaths, had methamphetamines in her system while she was driving, according to lab tests from the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner.

The SUV of Susannah Donaldson, 52, crossed the center line after losing control, striking the car of Ingrid Williams, 44. Williams died from her injuries on Feb. 10, the day after the accident. Donaldson was pronounced dead at the scene.

Ingrid Williams' death was mourned throughout the NBA, and several players and coaches were among the estimated 900 people who attended her funeral service the following week.

Monty Williams has been away from the Thunder since his wife's death. The team recently announced that he would not be returning to the bench this season.

Williams has five children with Ingrid, ages 5 to 17: Lael, Faith, Janna, Elijah and Micah.