James David Dickson The Detroit News Published 9:54 AM EDT Sep 12, 2019 Detroit — A 31-year-old Detroit woman faces drunk driving and child abuse charges in a late May crash that killed one of her daughters and injured another. On Wednesday, 31-year-old Destiny Adams was arraigned at Detroit’s 36th District Court on three felony charges: operating while intoxicated, causing death; operating while intoxicated causing serious injury; and second-degree child abuse. The fatal crash took place at about 11:35 p.m. May 23 in the area of West Chicago and Forrer. That’s just west of Greenfield on the city’s west side. Police say Adams’ 2008 Saturn was struck by a GMC Sierra. The driver of the Sierra, a 61-year-old man, fled the crash scene on foot but was arrested, said Cpl. Dan Donakowski, a Detroit Police Department spokesman. Information on his case wasn’t immediately available. Magistrate Laura Echartea gave Adams a bond of $30,000/10 percent. Adams remains an inmate at Wayne County Jail as of Thursday morning. She’s due back in court on Sept. 19 for a probable cause conference and on Sept. 24 for a preliminary examination, both before Judge Lynise Bryant. Killed in the crash was 3-year-old Ava Adams-Edwards. A second daughter, 10, was in critical condition. The crash took place just feet from the family’s home. Media accounts from the time indicate the family had just pulled up to the house.