MILWAUKEE -- Five-year-old Jahanyuh Allen-Stanback remains in the hospital after a deadly crash that killed her 10-year-old sister Brianna Johnson. The girls' mother, 27-year-old Brandy Allen, has been charged with four felonies related to driving drunk, and a misdemeanor for driving on a suspended driver's license.
According to the criminal complaint, Allen was driving her two daughters home around 2:00 a.m. She took her eyes off the road to address Jahanyuh, Brianna yelled "mommy" right before their car ran into a parked semi.
After police arrived on the scene they ran a record check of Allen with the DOT, and learned Allen's driver's license was suspended.
They also performed a sobriety test on Allen. The complaint says the tests did show evidence that Allen may be impaired. She was transported to the State of Wisconsin Crime Laboratory for a blood draw, which showed her BAC was .107.
While Brianna was transported to the Medical Examiner's Office, Jahanyuh was transported to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. The criminal complaint says officers were notified that the five-year-old suffered a fractured skull and bleeding on her brain.
Family members tell FOX6 Jahanyuh's condition is improving, and she is no longer in critical condition.