Jury selection began Monday in the trial of a 21-year-old woman charged in a DWI crash that killed two men.

Taylor Rosenbusch was 19 years old on May 8, 2011, when police said she was driving the wrong way on Interstate 35 at Toeppewein Road, where her Jeep Liberty crashed head-on into a car occupied by two men.

Tony Morin, 45, and Keith Hernandez, 23, were on their way to work early that morning when they were killed in the crash.

Audry Gavina, Morin's stepdaughter, had plenty of angry questions following the wreck.

"Who was she? Who was she with? Who served an underage girl beer?" Gavina asked in 2011.

Testimony in the trial is expected to begin Tuesday in 226th District Court.

If found guilty, Rosenbusch faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison on each count.

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