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Report: Driver of deadly wreck that killed Thunder coach’s wife tested positive for methamphetamine

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Ingrid & Monty Williams

OKLAHOMA CITY – Medical experts say drugs played a role in a deadly wreck that claimed the life of an Oklahoma City Thunder coach’s wife.

Last month, police say 44-year-old Ingrid Williams was involved in a deadly car accident near S.W. 17th St. and Western Ave.

According to the accident report, investigators say 52-year-old Susannah Donaldson was heading southbound in the left lane of S. Western Ave. at a high rate of speed.

When she swerved to avoid another car, officials say Donaldson hit Williams’ car head-on.

Investigators determined that Donaldson was driving 88 miles per hour five seconds before the collision. Just one second before impact, Donaldson had accelerated to 92 miles an hour.

According to the accident report, the speed limit in the area is 40 miles per hour.

Donaldson was pronounced dead at the scene, and Williams died at a hospital a short time later.

The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office released the toxicology report that was done on Donaldson after the deadly crash.

The report claims that Donaldson tested positive for methamphetamine and amphetamine at the time of her death.

Ingrid Williams was the wife of Thunder assistant coach Monty Williams.

The couple has five children together.

Earlier this month, Monty Williams announced that he was taking time away from the Oklahoma City Thunder in order to focus on his family.

“The most important thing for Monty during this time is for him to be with his family, and the most important thing for us as an organization is to support him as a person, in any way that we can. Even though Monty will not return to the team this season, his presence will be felt by all of us within the program and we will remain close with him and his family,” said Thunder Executive Vice President Sam Presti.