16 year old, Maria Cruz also killed in crash……Her father was one of the first responders on the scene.
Harris leaves behind a 6 year old daughter.
- Kylie Rae Harris, 30, was killed in a three-car collision in Taos, New Mexico on Wednesday night
- Court records obtained by DailyMail.com reveal the singer had a history of drunk driving and had racked up citations for speeding
- Police said alcohol was a factor in the accident, which also killed high school student Maria Cruz, 16, but have not revealed which driver had been drinking
- Harris was convicted of a DWI in 2017 after driving with a BAC of more than 0.15 and was ordered to have a breathalyzer installed in her car
- In 2014, Harris was also fined $302 for speeding after she was caught driving 81mph in a 60mph zone in Dallas
- Cruz was the daughter of San Cristobal Volunteer Fire deputy chief Pedro Cruz who was among those who responded to the crash site
Country singer Kylie Rae Harris had multiple citations for drunk driving and speeding and had a court-ordered breathalyzer installed in her car, DailyMail.com can reveal.
The 30-year-old was killed in a three-car collision that also claimed the life of 16-year-old high school student Maria Cruz in Taos, New Mexico Wednesday night.
Police revealed alcohol was a factor in the accident but have not disclosed which driver had been drinking.
Court records obtained by DailyMail.com show Harris was convicted in June 2017 of driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of more than 0.15, almost double the legal limit of 0.08.
The singer was fined $460.10 for the offense, and the judge ordered an Ignition Interlock Device be attached to her car that required her to take a breathalyzer test before getting behind the wheel.
D Daily Mail EXCLUSIVE: Kylie Rae Harris had a history of drunk driving and a court-ordered breathalyzer attached to her car – as it’s revealed the fire fighter father of the 16-year-old killed in the alcohol-related crash was a first responder at the scene