A 26-year-old Santa Rosa woman whose 2-year-old triplets were injured when she crashed a pickup on Highway 101 has been arrested on suspicion of felony drunken driving and child endangerment, CHP officials said.

Lizeth Maganda-Zarate, 26, of Santa Rosa was released from the Sonoma County Jail late Sunday after posting bail, jail officials said.

Maganda-Zarate lost control of a Chevrolet Silverado on southbound Highway 101 near Shiloh Road about 10 p.m. Saturday and the pickup overturned, according to the CHP. Her children, a boy and two girls buckled into car seats, had minor injuries including abrasions and were taken to a hospital, Officer Jon Sloat said. Maganda-Zarate, who had no license, also had minor-to-moderate injuries and was treated at a hospital before being taken to jail, Sloat said.

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