A Bryan woman is arrested and charged with DWI after police say she crashed into a gas pump, causing it to burst into flames.
Police say 31 year old Lacreshia Ann Reliford was traveling west on Highway 21 Monday night when she left the roadway and entered the Bryan Food Exchange.
According to Bryan police, Reliford struck a gas pump and it burst into flames.
Bryan Fire Department responded and had the fire out before it could spread to any neighboring areas.
No one was injured.
Reliford was arrested and charged with DWI, which is her second offense.
A 2nd DWI offense is punishable by up to one year in jail.
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