Amber is passionate about pencil-thin eyebrows, construction workers, and guzzling quarts of vodka while driving the open road.
Officials said Amber Stovall, 32, of Rock Service Station Road, was likely under the influence of alcohol at the time. In addition to hit-and-run, she was charged with carrying unsealed wine or liquor in her car.
Around 3:30 a.m., the victim, a 43-year-old flag worker, stopped Stovall and other cars on Rock Quarry Road near Interstate 40.
Police said Stovall, who was in a white van, got impatient and crashed into the flag worker. Stovall fled the scene, but workers were able to chase after her van, and one construction worker jumped through her window to stop her.
Thankfully, there were not lit flares outside the construction area. Considering Amber’s obviously high blood alcohol content, the resulting explosion would have been seen from the International Space Station.