One victim's legs were severed at the scene, authorities said. One of the other guy's legs was crushed and had to be amputated at a hospital. It happened at Sam's Hofbrau downtown:
The March 10 crime was reported after the club closed: Terrence Conrad Meeks, 40, was arrested by cops about 3:05 a.m., they told us.
At first investigators believed it might have been a racially motivated attack, but later detectives said it was just about pure drunkenness.
Meeks rammed his older-model BMW into the victims, pinning them against a parked Mini Cooper in the club's parking lot, according to officials.
Yesterday he entered a guilty plea as part of a deal, the DA's office says.
Prosecutors said Meeks will see more than five years behind bars as part of that bargain, which had them dropping their pursuit of a charge of "driving with .08 percent blood alcohol causing injury," the office states.
He's not out of the woods yet. Meeks will have to deal with a separate restitution hearing in order to compensate the victims.
Sentencing happens July 17.