Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department detectives said they are still waiting on results of a blood alcohol test in the case of a teen charged with killing her best friend in a suspected drunken driving accident.
Sidney McDaniel, 18, faced a judge for the first time Friday afternoon, on charges of involuntary manslaughter, consuming under 21, reckless driving, possession of drugs and child neglect.
Police said McDaniel's 11-month-old son and two best friends were in the car when she lost control on a curve on Pence Road in east Charlotte Wednesday night.
Bianca Williams, 18, and Martha Rosales, 15, were passengers in the car. Rosales was pronounced dead on scene and Williams suffered minor injuries, according to police.
Neighbors told Eyewitness News Friday morning that McDaniel's son remains in intensive care at Carolinas Medical Center-Main.
Police said Friday they are still reconstructing the scene to determine how fast McDaniel was driving when she lost control.
They are also working to find how she gained access to alcohol in the hours before the accident.
Thursday, Bianca Williams told Channel 9 she never would have let McDaniel drive if she knew she was under the influence.
"She didn't tell us. If we would have known, we wouldn't have left. We would have sat in her house until it was time for Sidney to go home," Williams said.