Brenda Geers
Brenda Geers (Boulder County Sheriff's Office)

The Boulder woman accused of clipping a food truck with her SUV, driving into a University of Colorado student eating lunch and then striking the church where she had planned to attend an Alcoholic Anonymous meeting has pleaded guilty to all of the charges against her, according to court officials.

Brenda Geers, 73, initially pleaded not guilty to one count of vehicular assault -- a Class 4 felony -- and counts of DUI and DUI per se -- both misdemeanors -- in February and was scheduled to stand trial today. She instead pleaded guilty to all three charges.

According to police, Geers was driving her 1998 Toyota 4Runner west on Colorado Avenue around noon on Oct. 3 when she turned into the parking lot of St. Aidan's Episcopal Church, 2425 Colorado Ave.

Police said Geers clipped the Cheese Louise food truck parked in the lot before barreling into a table where the victim --18-year-old CU freshman Eric Anderson -- was eating lunch. The SUV then ran into the church's covered entryway.

Anderson was transported to Boulder Community Hospital with a punctured lung and numerous broken ribs. Geers was not injured.

According to police, she told officers she was on her way to St. Aiden's to attend an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.

Geers is scheduled for sentencing on June 14. She could face two to six years in prison for the vehicular assault charge.