Lucille Gatchell, the woman who was involved in a head-on-crash with Sandra Bullock and her husband Jesse James in April, has been placed on probation.
Gatchell pleaded guilty Tuesday to operating under the influence of alcohol and a marked lanes violation, the Associated Press reported.
In addition to a 60-day license suspension, Gatchell, 64, must complete an alcohol safety program.
Bullock and James were riding in an SUV in Gloucester, MA, where Bullock was filming The Proposal when the station wagon driven by Gatchell crossed the center line on April 18, and hit the SUV dead-on, police told the AP.
Both vehicles were totaled.
Gatchell had a blood-alcohol level of 0.20 percent - more than twice the legal limit of 0.08 percent, police said.
After Gatchell's arraignment on April 22, her defense attorney, Benjamin Richard, said, Gatchell was, "relieved that no one was injured."
Richard continued, "She also wants to express her gratitude toward Miss Bullock and Mr. James for what she understands was their concern for her well being after the accident."