STANISLAUS COUNTY (CBS13) — A DUI suspect has been arrested after a violent crash that split a car in half and left 20-year-old Modesto man dead near Turlock.

California Highway Patrol says a driver was speeding up S. Walnut Road, approaching W. Harding Road around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday. For some reason, the driver drifted to the right and crashed into a concrete barrier wall to the canal.

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The car then rolled before finally coming to rest on its roof.

At this point, officers say another car came speeding down S. Walnut Road. It appears this driver, 45-year-old Hilmar resident Amy Cole, tried to brake suddenly. However, Cole’s car still crashed into the already damaged vehicle, ripping the other car in half.

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The driver of the first car was soon pronounced dead. His name has not been released at this point.

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Officers have arrested Cole on suspicion of driving under the influence. She has been booked into jail and is facing felony charges of DUI causing great bodily injury.