'2 Drunk 2 Care' Tweeted Woman Responsible for Fatal Accident

The woman responsible for causing a car crash that claimed two lives reportedly tweeted "2 drunk 2 care" just a few hours before the fatal accident.

Miami NewTimes reports that Kayla Mendoza, tweeting under the name "Kaila Mendoza," posted the status update just three hours before the incident took place in the early morning hours of last Saturday.

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A report from the Florida Highway Patrol states that Mendoza, 20, was driving her Hyundai Sonata in the wrong direction down the Sawgrass Expressway, when she slammed head-on into a Toyota Camry occupied by friends Kaitlyn Ferrante and Marisa Catronio (pictured above), both of Coral Springs.

The two had been out celebrating Catronio's 21st birthday, and were on their way home.

Catronio was pronounced dead at the scene; Ferrante sustained severe injuries and passed away this morning.

Mendoza, who refers to herself as the "pothead princess," has tweeted other incriminating statement in the past, including "2 high 2 care" and "my car permanently smells like weed."

"Can't deal with people that don't have their shit together," she tweeted one day before the crash.

No formal charges have been filed as of yet.

[photo via Facebook, tweets via @highimkaila]