During a preliminary hearing Wednesday afternoon all charges against, Jason Scully, of West Deer Township, were waived to court.
Prosecutors said Scully had been drinking when he lost control of his all-terrain vehicle along a West Deer street in October, 2007.
The vehicle then hit Tina Bailey, who was walking along the side of the road.
Bailey rolled down a hill and shattered her wrist and foot."I have a plate and screws in my wrist, so I go to therapy two to three days a week," said Bailey.
Prosecutors said Scully admitted to drinking six beers and then getting behind the wheel of his ATV. Scully's Attorney, Joseph Paletta, told Channel 11, "He admits he was drinking prior to jumping on the ATV. Because the matter is ongoing, I'll make no comments regarding the facts. The facts will come out during the trial."
The atv was not legal for street use and police said it was not registered and not insured.
Scully is facing several charges including injuring a person while driving under the influence.