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A Salt Lake City woman has admitted to hitting and killing a man in a parking lot while driving drunk last year.

Lindsy Ann Floyd, 31, pleaded guilty as charged on Friday to third-degree felony automobile homicide in connection with the death of 73-year-old George Kassavetis, of Salt Lake City.

She faces up to five years in prison when she is sentenced Aug. 26 by 3rd District Judge Keith Kelly.

On Oct. 28, 2015, George Kassavetis was walking through the Wal-Mart parking lot at 350 W. Hope Avenue (1405 South), when Floyd hit him with an SUV. Kassavetis went to the hospital, where he died six days later.

A detective at the crash scene smelled alcohol on Floyd, who "demonstrated several signs of impairment," according to charging documents.

Police collected a blood sample from her, which showed her blood-alcohol content was 0.18, which is more than twice the legal limit for driving, the charges add.