FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — The Fresno County district attorney has charged a woman accused of providing alcohol to the teenage driver who caused a deadly Greyhound bus crash.

Authorities say the arrest warrant issued Tuesday charges 22-year-old Michelle Kay Cole with purchasing an alcoholic beverage for a person under 21 resulting in death.

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A California Highway Patrol report released earlier this month placed the sole blame for the crash on 18-year-old Sylvia Garay. Investigators say she was drunk when her SUV hit a concrete barrier and overturned on Highway 99 on July 22, 2010.

The oncoming bus struck the SUV, then tumbled down an embankment.

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Garay, her two passengers and three people on the bus were killed including the bus driver, James Jewett of Sacramento.

Cole could not immediately be reached for comment Tuesday. A phone listing for her was disconnected.

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