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Family of Deadly OSU Crash Suspect: 'This Is Not Her Character'

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    Family of Deadly OSU Crash Suspect: 'This Is Not Her Character'
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    Floyd Chambers, left, walks with attorney Tony Coleman, right, in the courthouse in Stillwater, Okla., Monday, Oct. 26, 2015, following an initial court appearance by his daughter, Adacia Chambers. A judge ordered a psychological evaluation Monday for Adacia Chambers. She is accused of driving her car into Oklahoma State's homecoming parade, killing four people and injuring dozens of others.

    The woman who crashed into a crowd at Oklahoma State University's homecoming parade, killing four and injuring dozens, had her bond set at $1 million Monday — as her father acknowledged that "she might have underlying (mental health) problems", NBC News reported.

    Adacia Chambers, 25, is being held on four counts of second-degree murder and a count of driving under the influence after she plowed her car into spectators at the Stillwater event Saturday.

    Chambers has not been formally charged on the second-degree murder counts, but a prosecutor argued that she "intentionally drove her car into a crowd."

    The prosecutor said that Chambers was a "flight risk" because she faces the possibility of four life terms.

    Chambers' lawyer said at a news conference after her video arraignment that her father, Floyd Chambers, expressed there's "no way" he would be able to post her $1 million bond.