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Mila Dago (Photo: Miami-Dade Department of Corrections) Mila Dago (Photo: Miami-Dade Department of Corrections)[/caption]

MIAMI — A woman charged with DUI manslaughter for a fatal crash had just minutes before the wreck texted her boyfriend: “Driving drunk woo” and “I’ll be dead thanks to you,” the Miami Herald reported.

Mila Dago, then 22, was in the middle of a nasty breakup with her boyfriend, prosecutors said. Throughout the night of the crash, she bar-hopped and sent her boyfriend angry texts.

RELATED: Transcript of Dago’s texts

Three minutes after sending the last message, Dago ran a red light and crashed into the side of a truck driven by 51-year-old Benjamin Byrum.

Dago and Byrum survived the crash, but Dago’s passenger — her friend, 22-year old Irina Reinoso — was killed.

The crash occurred on Aug. 14, 2013.

On Thursday, prosecutors released new evidence, including a string of text messages.

Dago has pleaded not guilty to DUI manslaughter, vehicular homicide and two counts of DUI with damage to a person.