Woman Revived After Vehicle Drives Backward Through Parking Lot
A Binghamton woman is accused of driving while under the influence of drugs after Broome County Sheriff’s officials say they found her unconscious behind the wheel of a vehicle that drove in reverse through a parking lot, hitting a car and a tree.
28 year old Raevin Slota was revived by authorities using the overdose reversal Narcan.
Deputies were called to the parking lot of a business in the Town of Dickinson shortly before 9 a.m. August 29 and found, at the time Slota’s vehicle was driving backwards through the parking lot, there were pedestrians in the area. No one was hurt.
Slota was taken to Binghamton General Hospital for evaluation and released.
She is charged with reckless endangerment and driving while under the influence of drugs. She’s to return to Town of Dickinson Court at a later date.