Search results “Victims from drunk driving” for the 2013
DUI driver sues victims, sells assets
It's a story you'll have to hear to believe: A man who pleaded guilty to killing 3 people in a DUI crash, then sued his victims! Now, the I-Team is looking into a new accusation: that's he's hiding his finances to keep the victims from getting a dime of his money.
Views: 765581 ABC Action News
I Killed My Best Friend Drunk Driving: Jessica Rasdall's Story
Florida college student Jessica Rasdall made a horrible decision seven years ago. After a night of partying and heavy drinking, she got behind the wheel of her car to drive herself and her best friend home. That decision cost Jessica four years in prison, and her best friend's life. Today, Jessica is still haunted by what she says was the biggest mistake of her life.
Views: 319982 Katie Couric
Drunk Driving (Future Victims)
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Drunk driving confession goes viral
A man's confession that he killed a man while drunk driving, and a plea to others, has over 200,000 views on YouTube.
Views: 132858 CNN
Impaired Lives - A drunk driver speaks out
Fri, Dec 28 : A Red Deer man knows first-hand the damage that can be done by getting behind the wheel after drinking—because his actions killed the parents of five children. Nancy Hixt has his story in part four of our special series, Impaired Lives.
Views: 2399 Global News
Obnoxious Drunk Reacts To News She Just Killed Someone
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Views: 2709851 BadNewsIsGoodNews
Victims still hospitalized after drunk driving accident
Four people are still in the hospital after a drunk driving accident on Friday in Lawrence.
Views: 152 WPRI
Man sentenced in DUI death
A man accused of killing a mother of three faced her family in a Sarasota courtroom today.
Views: 54970 ABC Action News
7x DUI Offender Crashes Into Motorcyclist - RAW Interviews With Wife and Victim
Following the newscast clip are RAW interviews with the crash victim (motorcycle rider) and the suspect's wife.
Views: 315 WPXI News
Drunk Driver Hit & Run, Blames Victim for STOPPING Too Frequently
Drunk Driver Hit & Run, Blames Victim for STOPPING Too Frequently
Views: 89 3rdWorldCountryFun
Drunk Driving victim speaks out
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Chicago Drunk Driving Accident Lawyer
Chicago Drunk Driving Lawyers at Abels & Annes, P.C. http://www.daveabels.com/drunk-driving-accidents.html No driver should operate a vehicle after she has been drinking, but the unfortunate reality is that drunk driving incidents happen every week in Chicago. Some of these motorists are apprehended by police before they can do any permanent harm but in other scenarios, a drunk driver is not stopped until after a car accident takes place. Following a collision, victims may think that an official police investigation or criminal charges will serve their interests in the matter. But any fines or fees assessed by a criminal or traffic court will not go to benefit the victims of a collision who were hurt, even if they need that money to pay for their medical expenses. Instead, victims must seek their own relief through the use of a civil claim, and working with a personal injury attorney can help a victim through the process. From filing a claim to the resolution of the matter, it is a victim's right to work with an attorney she chooses. Drunk driving accidents often cause harm to innocent victims, whether they are inside the same vehicle as an intoxicated motorist, in another vehicle, walking nearby as a pedestrian, or even riding a bicycle. The harm can range from minor injuries to the loss of life and some of the damages may never be able to be righted regardless of the compensation that is available. If you were injured by a drunk driver in Illinois or if someone you love was killed, call the personal injury attorneys at Abels & Annes, P.C. today. We offer a case consultation without cost or obligation to all victims who call us and we have a licensed lawyer standing by 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you have questions, call Abels & Annes, P.C. and let us help you understand your legal options for relief. Abels & Annes, P.C. 100 N LaSalle St #2207 Chicago, IL 60602 Toll Free: 855.529.2442 Phone: 312.924.7575 Fax: 312.924.7555
Views: 397 Dave Abels
Family of DUI Crash Victim Urges People Not to Drink and Drive
KRON 4's Will Tran reports View full story at http://news.kron4.com
Views: 1024 KRON 4
DUI lawyer sentenced for drunk driving
DUI lawyer sentenced for drunk driving
Views: 254971 WPRI
Matthew Cordle DUI Viral Video Confession SENTENCING
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Stop drunk driving & wrong way drivers!!! Tribute to Kaitlyn Ferrante and Marisa Catronio
In memory of Kaitlyn Ferrante and Marisa Catronio who were tragically taken by a wrong way suspected drunk driver on the sawgrass expressway November 17th 12013 may they rest peacefully and forever remain in our hearts. Xo!
Views: 3223 Ashley Ferrante
Impaired Lives - Victim Impact
Wed, Dec 26 :The loss of a loved one is always devastating. But for the victims of drunk driving it can be especially heartbreaking because those crashes are entirely preventable. Nancy Hixt tells the story of a Calgary father, still struggling to move forward after the loss of his wife almost five years ago.
Views: 213 Global News
DUI Victims
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Drunk driving victims speak out
The Colquitt County chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) attended a court ordered meeting Saturday morning for those who have been convicted of a DUI (driving under the influence).The FOX 31 Newscast is Albany, Georgia's only 10PM local newscast. For more local stories around Southwest Georgia, visit www.mysouthwestga.com. Visit us on Facebook at facebook.com/WFXLTV. Connect with our anchors on Facebook at facebook.com/RomneySmithNews . Check out FOX 31 WFXL on Twitter @WFXL. Meet all of the FOX 31 News Crew at http://www.mysouthwestga.com/about/our_team.aspx. FOX 31 welcomes and appreciates comments from all viewers; however, any and all comments that we deem inappropriate or offensive will be moderated.
Views: 787 WFXL / FOX 31
Drunk driving victim: 'Miracle I'm here'
A woman is still recovering from being hit by a drunk driver in 1999.
Views: 133 KOIN 6
What you can expect as a victim of a drunk driver in Connect
Free books related to this topic for you. How to Deal With An Insurance Adjuster in Connecticut Guide to Attorney Advertising in Connecticut How to Put Your Best Foot Forward in Your Car Accident Case in Connecticut This video answers and important question if you are a victim of a car crash with a drunk driver in Groton, Connecticut or in any other Connecticut town. After your crash, after a few weeks to a few months you should expect to receive a telephone call from the prosecuting attorney who is prosecuting the case against the drunk driver who struck you. Most of my client's are suprised by the call. They have no idea why the prosecuting attorney is calling them. Don't worry. You are not in trouble. Other content you might be interested in. How to I get a copy of the police report as a victim of a drunk driver Drunk drivers are the scourge of the road How do I received tripple damages if I am the victim of a drunk driver What is a dram shop claim in Groton, Connecticut If you have received personal injuries from the crash, then you will have a good personal injury claim against the drunk driver. The purpose of the call from the prosecuting attorney is to give you useful information, and to help you. First, the prosecuting attorney will likely inform you whether the drunk driver had insurance, and the name of the insurance company. Second, the prosecuting attorney will find out if you have any out of pocket medical bills or expense. If so, the prosecuting attorney will seek restitution from the drunk drover to have them pay for your losses that a not covered by insurance. If you or anyone you know has been injured by a drunk driver in Southeastern Connecticut, contact the Groton car accident lawyers at The Bartinik Law Firm, PC., 100 Fort Hill Road, Groton, CT at 860-445-8521 or toll free at 888-717-4211.
Mock drunk-driving fatal crash
With prom fast approaching, members of the Beckville Fire Department and other organizations demonstrated Wednesday for Beckvill High juniors and seniors what a drunk-driving fatal crash might look like. Organizations staged the scene in the school stadium parking lot, where two mangled vehicles were placed and three students played unfortunate victims of the tragedy.
Innocent people killed by drunk drivers (1994 spot)
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Police stops straight penalties on drunk driving, all victims to be charged
Police has embarked on a country wide policy of carrying out late night patrols to arrest drunk drivers so as to reduce on the number of road accidents. This as police abandons on spot penalties and all those arrested drunk-driving will be charged in court. Authorities say they are serious on the policy, as most of the accidents that take place in and around Kampala have been as a result of drunk driving. We drove around town Saturday night and this is what we captured;
Views: 474 Wbs TvUganda
DUI Vicitims Panel January 5th, 2013
The 184th Intellingence Wing held a DUI Victims panel to educate to the members the importance of not drinking and driving.
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Family of a woman killed by a drunk driver reacts to 8 year prison sentence
BEAUMONT-By: Leslie Rangel Derek McBride, 25 years-old will serve 8 years behind bars for driving drunk and causing an accident that killed Amber Roussel of Louisiana and injured her husband Ryan Roussel. In court today, Roussel's family gathered to see how the judge would punish McBride. Those first 11 minutes after the accident, that's the hardest 11 minutes I've ever had in my life, it was the toughest and most tragic experience I've ever been through. Roussel told McBride during the victim's impact statement. Ryan says he remembers screaming for his wife at the top of his lungs saying how much he needed her. His wife died within minutes. Roussel looked at McBride in court describing the blood, the frantic efforts to save his wife and the loss of a woman who was his best friend. That was the hardest part, just to see if he actually felt what I was saying or felt what I was feeling to see if he was remorseful at all, Roussel says. Lauren Broud, Amber's biological daughter says it all feels like a bad dream, I was thinking, it's wrong, they're going to wake up just like they can bring someone back in the movies. But no, there was no phone call saying mom I'm all right, there was no phone call saying I'll be back tomorrow and there's still none. No calls to help the broken family now leaning on picture and memories. I wish and pray that I just had one more minute, that's all I need, just one more minute to hold her hands look her in the eyes and just tell her how completely I love her, Ryan said. McBride is eligible for parole in 4 years.
Views: 12200 KFDM YouTube
Drunk driving crash victim hopes people won't drink and drive
BEAUMONT - By Justin Hinton, KFDM NewsA drunk driver left Dani Simien, 25, paralyzed after crashing into his car six years ago.He wants people to stop drinking and driving, especially those celebrating during the July 4th holiday.Since the third grade, I wanted to be a firefighter, but that's not going to happen anymore, he said.Simien says he just dropped off his prom date in 2006 when a drunk driver struck his car on Highway 69 in Port Arthur, starting a chain reaction of events.When we hit, it was a head-on collision, and my car spun back into traffic and a car behind me hit me on the driver side and spun me back around, and I think actually the second time I was hit on the driver's side, I think that's how I broke my spine and it was broken in half, Simien said.The 25-year-old broke both ankles, both knees, both thigh bones, his spine, six left ribs and damaged his kidneys, lungs, liver and heart in the wreck. He also had a severe brain injury. Doctors werent sure if he would live. Despite the odds against him, hes still alive. He credits that to God.I feel like Im just another soldier trying to do good and tell my story and help other people, he said.Simien partnered with Mothers Against Drunk Driving, M.A.D.D., to share his story in hopes that people will learn from what happened to him.What I'm doing now, speaking, it's still like I'm saving lives even though I'm not running into burning buildings, talking to people telling my story because I don't want nobody to live my life, Simien said.
Views: 794 KFDM YouTube
'Affluenza' Teen Drunk Driver Sued By Victims
"A wealthy Texas teenager who got no jail time for killing four pedestrians while driving drunk still faces three civil lawsuits filed by victims' family members, NBC's Dallas affiliate reports. Many of those family members were outraged when 16-year-old Ethan Couch got probation after a psychologist testified he had "affluenza" — meaning he thought he was immune from punishment because he was rich. Couch's family may still be on the hook for millions in related civil litigation, though. (Unlike a criminal case, Couch can't be sentenced to jail or be found guilty. He could, however, be found liable and have to pay a monetary penalty.)"* The Young Turks hosts Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down. *Read more here from Erin Fuchs / Business Insider: http://www.businessinsider.com/ethan-couch-faces-five-civil-suits-2013-12 Download audio and video of the full two hour show on-demand + the members-only post game show by becoming a member at http://www.tytnetwork.com/member-options/. Your membership supports the day to day operations and is vital for our continued success and growth. Join The Young Turks Network mailing list http://www.tytnetwork.com/member-options/register-subscriber/ or Support The Young Turks by Subscribing http://www.youtube.com/user/theyoungturks Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheYoungTurks Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheYoungTurks Support TYT for FREE by doing your Amazon shopping through this link (bookmark it!) http://www.amazon.com/?tag=theyoungturks-20 Buy TYT Merch: http://theyoungturks.spreadshirt.com/
Views: 123525 The Young Turks
Funeral for Drunk driving victim Erin Vance
A funeral was held at St. Isidore Catholic church in Kanata for drunk driving victim Erin Vance, March 24, 2012.
Views: 225 Ottawa Citizen
Mother of Drunk Driving Victim Speaks Out About Lower BAC Recommendation
As we all know, drunk driving is illegal but people do it anyway. Now the National Transportation Safety Board is making a recommendation they believe could help eliminate the problem. They're suggesting that states should lower the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit in an effort to keep impaired drivers off the road. For example, just two drinks for a woman who is 120 pounds could put her BAC between .06 and .08. It's a tragedy most people think will never happen to them but according to the NTSB, 10,000 people are killed on the roads in alcohol-impaired crashes each year. But the agency is on a mission to get that number down to zero. The NTSB is recommending all states drop the BAC limit from .08 down to .05. "A lot of people say well 'I'm ok at an .05.,'" Debra Linton, the mother of a drunk driving victim, said. "There is a delay there and they've proven that statistically." NTSB officials say this move could help save hundreds of lives each year and Debra Linton agrees. "Now with this traffic as bad as it is, and you introduce alcohol into it, it's just crazy," Linton said. Debra knows first hand the consequences of drunk driving. In 2006, she and her 18-year-old daughter Kayla were driving back home to Andrews in separate vehicles when Kayla was hit head on by a drunk driver. Debra was just a few minutes behind her daughter when she drove up on the accident. Kayla was killed instantly. "We loved her dearly, she loved us. It's just senseless," Debra said. "I found out later that night that it was a drunk driver and within a couple of days I knew I wanted her car in a trailer to educate people about drinking and driving." She's now a volunteer for Stop DWI in Midland. According to a study by the NTSB, nearly 1,300 Texans were killed in drunk driving accidents between 2008 and 2010. Debra said the lowered limit could make people think twice before getting behind the wheel. "If it would prevent it, I'm all for it," she said. "You may think you're ok but your BAC will tell different." She said many people may not like the recommendation however she hopes Kayla's story might make them see otherwise. "She's got a niece now that she never met so it's not about us anymore. It's about saving all those people out there and keeping your families safe," Debra said. It's up to each state to decide if they want to lower their BAC limit.
Views: 244 Adam Jacobson
Christmas 2013: Victims of Impaired Driving Support Group
Victims of Impaired driving......
Views: 409 Julie Downs
Account set up for victims in I-25 drunk driving crash
Viewers have the chance to help three people injured in a crash with a suspected drunk driver.
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Drunk Driving Kills
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Victim testifies in DUI case involving police officer
Victim testifies in DUI case involving police officer
The Jason Galka Show: Drunk Driving, Victim's Family Speak Out
A woman shares her heartbreaking story of how a drunk driver took the life of her husband. Representatives from MADD also offer professional advice to families who lost loved ones to drunk drivers.
Views: 703 Jason Galka
Dui hit and run, and the deaf driver
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Highway Sign in Memory of DUI Crash Victim - San Diego County Sheriff's Department
A sign is now up at the intersection of Mission Gorge Road and SR-125 North in Santee in memory of a woman killed by a drunk driver. The Sheriff's Department unveiled the sign with media present in January. The goal is to remind people not to drink and drive. On September 20, 2009, a 17-year-old girl decided to get behind the wheel of a car while intoxicated on alcohol and drugs. As she left a party in La Mesa, she struck a car, injuring that driver. The teen then left the scene of the crash and drove to Santee. When she came off SR-125 at more than 70 miles per hour, she struck the SUV of Pamela Sue Marabeas on Mission Gorge Road. The mangled SUV is now being used in Sheriff's Start Smart classes as a visual reminder of the deadly consequences of drunk driving. Since June 2010, free Start Smart classes have been regularly offered to new drivers and their parents/guardians so they clearly understand their responsibilities when a teen starts to drive. The class also clarifies the restrictions of a provisional license and social host rules in the county. For more information on a Start Smart class near you, visit sdsheriff.net/co_startsmart.html. Our thanks to Erin Limonchi, the daughter of Pamela Marabeas for speaking at the event and for graciously donating her mother's car to spread the message against drunk driving.
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Useful Drunk Driving Facts
Drunk driving facts can be a useful tool for any parent or teacher who wants to alert young people to the dangers of drinking and driving. Here are some helpful drunk driving facts that may help scare them straight: • One person is killed every half-hour due to drunk driving • Each year approximately 16,000 are killed in alcohol related crashes • Alcohol is a factor in almost half of all traffic fatalities • Every other minute a person is seriously injured in an alcohol related crash *For more drunk driving facts to help you teach the right lessons, check our other articles and categories. More Little Known Drunk Driving Facts Think you are safe from DUI? Think again. Drunk driving facts show that anyone, at any time can be a victim. Here are some little-known drunk driving facts that show you what I mean: • Over 40% of fatal automobile accidents are alcohol-related • Approximately 30% of Americans will be in an accident involving alcohol • According to estimates, someone is injured in an alcohol-related accident every two minutes • Accidents involving alcohol are more likely to occur at night... about five times more likely • About two-thirds of DUI convictions are for first time offenders • More than one-third of all fatal traffic accidents involve at least one person with a BAC over 0.08% Do you still think you can dodge the drunk driving bullet? Drunk driving facts do not lie. Do what you can to avoid becoming a statistic. Source: http://dui.lifetips.com/cat/61352/drunk-driving-facts-stats/index.html Images: http://www.sklegal.com.au
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Family of bus driver killed in drunk driving wreck makes public plea
San Benito Consolidated Independent School District bus drivers honk their horns as they pass the spot where their colleague Juan Espinoza died last week along FM 732. The gesture of love can be heard from a makeshift memorial where Juan's mother Minerva Espinoza and sister Oralia Elorza are gathered around it to grieve. "I want him back," Oralia said. The 38-year-old was killed on February 22nd when his motorcycle was hit head on by another vehicle near Leal Elementary School.. Juan was on his way to work at the time. Police say the other driver, 21-year-old Felipe Sanchez, Jr., was drunk. "We need to get letters," Oralia said. "We need to petition. We need to bring up the sentence for drunk drivers. I mean when are they going to stop." The victim's family wants the suspect to receive the maximum punishment possible with no plea deal. They're asking for the public's help in the name of all victims of drunk driving. "I'm asking for letters," Oralia said. "I'm asking for [the public] you to email me so I can present them to the D.A. so he doesn't get a lesser [sentence]... I don't want him to get a plea bargain." It's a fear that only adds to their pain. Oralia knows her brother's smile will only live on in her memory. She wants his killer to live out as much of his life behind bars. "You have to pay," she said. The suspect was denied bond last week. Court records show Sanchez also had served six months in jail for deadly conduct and was out on probation at the time of his arrest for Espinoza's death. Authorities had filed a motion to revoke his probation back in January for violating the terms of his release, according to the records. If anyone would like to write a letter pushing for the maximum punishment in this case, can email the victim's family here: [email protected] Click here to join Ryan Wolf's Facebook Page Click here to follow Ryan Wolf on Twitter
Drunk Driving & Vehicular Homicide, a true story (PSA)
"I Got Away With Murder", a true story as told by the offender (one of our subscribers), a middle-aged woman, who submitted and told us this story - that she killed a child at play while driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Every day in America, another 27 people die as a result of drunk driving crashes. Victims are given a life sentence. Offenders are given very little. Many times, the offender really does get away with MURDER. Do NOT Drink and Drive. Learn more: http://www.madd.org/ http://www.sadd.org/
Views: 1739 crackthishacker
Krysta's Karing Angels
The families of victims killed by drunk drivers transport wrecked vehicles to youth groups for a shocking confrontation with reality.
Views: 1174 HowardNations
NEEDED: Help for Filipina victim of alleged drunk driving incident in Singapore
UPDATED (as of July 17, 2013): A kababayan in Singapore needs your help... Saleslady Maricel Tanaotanao, 28, was ran over by an alleged drunk driver last March 2013. The impact was so severe, she was comatose for almost a month. When she woke up, she could not move her left arm and left leg, and suffers from short-term memory loss. Still, her doctors considered her case a miracle. Maricel had undergone 4 operations in 3 months, including partial artificial skull replacement and a hole puncture in her throat. She now owes Tan Tock Seng Hospital about S$120,000*. As much as she wants to, she cannot go home to Naga because her body is too weak to endure the flight back to the Philippines. Maricel is now confined at Econ Medicare Centre, 58 Braddell Road, Level 2 Bed 10 - where she is undergoing therapy. She will have to stay in Singapore for an undetermined length of time to recuperate. Maricel needs YOUR HELP, OUR HELP to pay for her continuous hospitalization, therapy and daily cost of living as the case against the driver who hit her remains pending. Her mother, Arceli, is now taking care of her, surviving on the charity of those who have become aware of Maricel's sorry plight. Arceli, a domestic helper in Hong Kong, had to quit her job to attend to her daughter in Singapore. For donations or to help Maricel, please contact HOME (Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics) at +65 6337 1171 only from 10am-6pm, Mon-Fri. Look for Ms Bridget Tan or Ms Dominica. HOME is a registered charity so any donations to Maricel through HOME will be tax exempted. To donors, please provide HOME your name, IC/FIN, address and contact number. You will also get a receipt of your donations. Only donation enquiries will be entertained. Legal enquiries and such will not be entertained at +65 6337 1171. A community service by OFW PINOY STAR. Find out more about Maricel's story in the July-Aug issue of Pinoy Star and on www.radyopinoystar.blogspot.sg. UPDATE: The case filed against the driver that hit Maricel TanaoTanao is "allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol/drunken driving" and no longer "hit and run". UPDATE (July 17): "The insurance company has kindly, on a without prejudice basis, made payment of Tan Tock Seng Hospital medical bills amounting to about $120,000." - HOH Law Corp, Maricel's legal counsel
Views: 9860 Irene Curtis
We gathered officers, victims of drunk-driving accidents and their families and asked them one simple question: 'What is it you remember, and feel, about your experience with drunk driving?' http://stopdwi.org/ Email: [email protected]

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