A Killeen teen who was just 17-years-old when two people were killed in a crash while she was street racing has been sentenced to prison.
Alexis Jillian Woods, who is now 19, was the driver of a Chevy Camaro police say was being raced against a Dodge Charger on November 15, 2015 when the Camaro broadsided a Ford Taurus while traveling nearly 100 miles per hour in the 5400 block of Trimmier.
The passenger in the Taurus, 66-year-old Francine Winbush of Killeen, and its driver 60-year-old Michael Keith Lockett of Chicago, were both pronounced dead at the scene.
Alexis Woods had been charged with manslaughter and racing on a roadway causing injury.
She was sentenced to eight years in prison on each charge.
The two sentences will be served concurrently.
Woods had entered pleas to each of the charges.
The driver of the Charger, which was not directly involved in the crash, was identified as Tyrone Floyd Moore, Jr.
He has entered a guilty plea to a charge of racing causing injury and is set to be sentenced on Friday.
The crash occurred during the noon hour, and with Alexis Woods being a Killeen ISD student at the time, raised suggestions that KISD lunch policies should be reviewed.