ST. JOSEPH — A woman who was drunk and traveling 111 mph when she slammed her car into another vehicle, killing a passenger in that vehicle, will spend at least four years in prison.

Amber Garton, 33, of Coloma, was sentenced to 4-15 years for operating while intoxicated causing the death of Erum Nazir, 33, from Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Garton pleaded no contest to the charge, a felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison. A no contest plea is treated the same as a guilty plea for sentencing purposes, but cannot be used against a person in civil litigation.