Toxicology Result in the “2 Drunk 2 Care” Automobile Accident Case
Toxicology reports have revealed that the female driver who allegedly tweeted that she was “2 drunk 2 care” a couple of hours before she got behind the wheel of a vehicle and struck another vehicle head on while she drove in the wrong direction on the Sawgrass Expressway on November 17, 2013 had a blood alcohol level of 0.15 at the time of the accident. Additionally, the toxicology report showed that she had marijuana in her system.
The horrible judgment allegedly exercised by Kayla Mendoza on November 17, 2013 have caused serious irreversible damages including the death of two young girls, Kaitlyn Ferrante and Marisa Catronio, both from Coral Springs who were simply driving home from a girls’ night out.
These types of automobile accidents are far too common and are often avoidable. Automobile accidents effect and sometimes end the lives of innocent individuals who simply put didn’t have to die. But the damages from this accident don’t stop there. Ms. Mendoza’s alleged actions have negatively impacted more than just the lives of the two that were killed. As is common with most accidents where someone is injured or killed the accident leaves permanent scars on the families of the victims of accidents and these people should not be forgotten. The people they left behind are also victims of this terrible drinking and driving crash as there lives will never be the same.
Author: James D. Payer, Attorney at Law