HUGO, Okla. (KTEN) — An arrest warrant has been issued for the woman accused of crashed a vehicle into a Hugo service station last week

Court documents identified the driver as 36-year-old Jasmine Michelle Stubblefield of Hugo, who is facing a total of nine criminal charges.

Among other counts, she is charged with endangering others while attempting to elude police, driving under the influence, and transporting an open container of an alcoholic beverage on March 18.

The Choctaw County sheriff said Stubblefield's vehicle was fleeing from the scene of a hit-and-run accident when her vehicle hit a pole in front of the Hill & Son  service station, crashed into a customer's parked car and then flipped upside-down, landing on top of the business, which was heavily damaged.

Owner Jeffery Hill, his wife, their daughter, and a customer were inside the building but were not injured.

Stubblefield was injured in the crash and was airlifted to Plano Medical Center in Texas for treatment. She was gone when Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers arrived to question her.

Her bond was set at $100,000.  

Dena Minyard and other Hugo residents are hosting a fish fry and pie auction to raise money for the Hills and their business, which was not insured.

"They always come out to support other people when they're in need, so we just want to go back and support them," Minyard said.

If you have information about the crash, contact the Choctaw County Sheriff's Office or the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

People in Hugo are hosting a Fish Fry and Pie Auction to help raise money for the Hill Family.

The event is this Saturday, March 30, at 5 p.m. at the Agriplex in Hugo.