Over two years after a woman caused multiple collisions after she got high then drove a stolen taxi cab the wrong way on the Bay Bridge, a jury has found her guilty on all charges.

Maybe you remember the story, maybe you don't: At 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 8, 2014, then-32-year-old Kerrie Lyn Morgan slammed into one vehicle, then sideswiped two more as she drove westbound in the eastbound lanes of the Bay Bridge near the toll plaza.

The crash critically injured then-35-year-old Angie Petty, who was left with a fractured skull, two broken legs, and a broken arm. In addition, "She had torn all of the ligaments in her neck. They had to restructure her neck," her attorney told KTVU in 2015.

A drug test, which apparently took a jaw-dropping six months to complete, confirmed that Morgan was under the influence of marijuana and methamphetamine at the time of the collisions. It was only then, in May, 2015, that the San Francisco District Attorney's Office filed charges against Morgan, who had been released following the crash and by then was languishing in Napa County Jail for an unrelated drug arrest from the previous month.

As reported at the time, SF had to get in line to try Morgan, for only after Morgan served her eventual sentence for her Napa offenses would she be transferred to San Francisco to face the music for the Bay Bridge crimes.

And it appears that that sentence had been served, as KTVU reports that a jury has found Morgan guilty on all counts.

That includes "three felonies for driving under the influence causing great bodily injury, stolen vehicle, hit and run causing serious or permanent injury and two misdemeanors for being under the the influence of a controlled substance and being an unlicensed driver."

Now aged 34, Morgan will continue to stay in custody at San Francisco County Jail, a Sheriff's Department spokesperson confirms. She'll likely remain there until her sentencing date, which the District Attorney's Office says has yet to be scheduled.

Previously: Six Months After Woman's Drug-Fueled Wrong-Way Bay Bridge Rampage, SF DA's Office Finally Files Charges