OKLAHOMA CITY -- An Oklahoma County jury is expected to consider punitive damages against Toyota Motor Corp. for a 2007 crash that left one woman dead and another seriously injured after a Camry suddenly accelerated.

The jury on Thursday found Toyota liable for the crash and awarded $1.5 million in damages to Jean Bookout, the driver injured in the crash, and $1.5 million to the family of Barbara Schwarz, who died.

The jury also decided Toyota acted with "reckless disregard" for the rights of others, a determination that sets up the second phase of the trial on punitive damages that is set to begin on Friday.