Two children were killed and more than a dozen were injured when a drunk driver slammed into a child's birthday party in Monroe County Saturday afternoon.

What Are the Details?

The devastating accident happened around 3 pm Saturday (4/20) when a 66-year-old woman crashed her car into the Swan Boat Club near Newport in Monroe County. Surveillance video (posted below) from a nearby home shows the car speeding through the boat club's parking lot and slamming into the building's outer wall. The vehicle kept going, stopping only after it had gone about 25 feet into the structure.

The 66-year-old woman, whose identity has not yet been released, is expected to be arraigned as early as today.

Two Children Killed, More Than a Dozen People Injured

Two children were killed in the incident, 8-year-old Layna and 5-year-old Zayne who are reported to be siblings. Detroit's WJBK-TV reports that Layna and Zayn's mother Mariah and older brother Jayden were also injured in the crash and are both in critical condition.

Dan Bezley who was at the boat club at the time of the crash spoke to the TV station.

"This is just complete innocence. They're just sitting there cutting the birthday cake and singing Happy Birthday and their lives are taken from them instantly," Beazley said.

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The children's aunt has established a GoFundMe page to help pay for funeral expenses with the balance of the money earmarked for the family's medical expenses.

As of this writing, more than $166,000 has been contributed to the fund.

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