37-year-old nurse is accused of murdering six people and injuring eight others.
Last week, her speeding Mercedes-Benz collided with numerous vehicles at a Los Angeles County junction.
Officials stated Monday that she faces six counts of murder and five counts of gross vehicular manslaughter.
The driver, Nicole Linton, was working in Los Angeles as a travelling nurse from Texas when the collision happened.
Linton was detained on suspicion of gross negligence vehicular manslaughter.
She was being detained in lieu of a $9 million bond.
If found guilty, she may spend 90 years to life in prison.
Authorities suspect Linton's automobile was travelling at roughly 90 mph when she went through a red light in Windsor Hills.
She collided with oncoming traffic at the busy junction of La Brea and Slauson avenues.
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