A York woman accused of driving drunk and fleeing the scene of an accident after her vehicle fatally struck a pedestrian in August has been indicted on a manslaughter charge.

A York County grand jury handed down indictments for manslaughter, operating under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident and reckless conduct against 22-year-old Carolyn J. Lee of York. Lee was arrested in August after she allegedly hit and killed Emily Zarnoch, 23, on Ridge Road in York.

Lee is accused of driving the 2012 GMC Yukon that hit Zarnoch as the Quincy, Massachusetts, woman was walking with her boyfriend just after midnight on Aug. 4. Zarnoch died at a hospital the next morning.

In October, a judge allowed Lee to remain free on $25,000 cash bail on the conditions that she attend regular substance-abuse counseling and have no contact with the victim’s family or boyfriend. Lee was also ordered not to drive, leave the state, drink or use illegal drugs, and to surrender her passport, abide by a curfew and submit to random searches, according to court records.

Court filings on behalf of the estate of Zarnoch suggest a civil lawsuit is pending.