The Juneau woman Alaska State Troopers say was at the wheel in a Wednesday crash on the Parks Highway that ejected and seriously injured a passenger has been charged with driving under the influence.

According to a Thursday AST dispatch, troopers received a report under the Report Every Dangerous Driver Immediately program at about 4:50 p.m. They later identified the driver as 38-year-old Trisha A. Corser.

“While troopers were responding the suspect vehicle, a red Jeep Cherokee, collided with a guardrail near Mile 133,” troopers wrote. “Investigation revealed (Corser) was operating the vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and without a valid driver's license. Corser's male passenger and dog were ejected from the rear of the vehicle.”

The dog wasn’t injured, but troopers say the passenger was flown by a LifeMed air ambulance to an Anchorage hospital for treatment. AST spokesperson Megan Peters had said Wednesday that troopers’ response to the crash was slowing traffic.

After being medically cleared, Corser was charged with DUI, as well as third-degree domestic-violence assault and driving without a valid license. She was held at the Mat-Su Pretrial Facility without bail.