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    A woman who was 35 weeks pregnant was struck and killed by a suspected DUI driver in Anaheim on Tuesday night. The fatal incident occurred at 7:37pm on Katella Avenue and Bayless Street when a driver, later identified to be 40-year-old Courtney Pandolfi, lost control of her vehicle. Pandolfi, who was driving a white Jeep, jumped the curb and struck the 23-year-old mother-to-be, who was walking with her husband on the sidewalk at the time, police said. The unidentified woman was taken to UC Irvine Medical Center and initially listed in a critical condition before being pronounced dead. Doctors worked to save her baby, delivering the child by emergency cesarean section. The newborn is currently in a critical condition at UCI's neonatal intensive care unit, according to authorities. Scroll down for video  A woman who was 35 weeks pregnant was struck and killed by a suspected DUI driver on Tuesday night in Anaheim The fatal incident occurred at 7:37pm on Katella Avenue and Bayless Street when a driver, later identified to be 40-year-old Courtney Pandolfi (above), lost control...
    EBToledo Updated: 08/04/2020 17: 16h Save A 45-year-old woman died this Tuesday after the motorcycle she was driving on the A5 fell in the municipality of The Casar de Escalona (Toledo). The accident, as reported to ABC by Castilla-La Mancha 112, has occurred at kilometer point 89,500 of the A5 towards Talavera de la Reina. The woman, CGI, has died on the spot as a result of the coup after the fall. Her partner JAZS, a 51-year-old man who was traveling on another motorcycle, has not fallen, but has had to be treated on site by the health services and then has been transferred to the Talavera de la Reina Hospital in an ambulance from basic vital support. Civil Guard agents, an ER doctor, a mobile ICU and an ambulance for basic life support have participated in the operation. See them Comments Themes
    Lauren Prescia has been charged with DUI, reckless driving and endangerment of a child A 23-year-old mother tragically killed her one-year-old son when she crashed into Las Vegas marquee sign after speeding over 120mph in a 45mph zone.  Lauren Prescia has been charged with DUI, reckless driving and endangerment of a child in connection to the Sunday night crash that killed her son Royce.  At a court hearing on Monday, which Prescia was not in attendance for, a judge said that the mother had been driving 121mph in a 45mph zone when the crash took place at Lake Mead and Rampart boulevards.   According to an arrest report, Prescia and Royce's father had been talking while driving in separate cars. The father told authorities that the mother told him that 'she was going to beat him home and began speeding,' 8 News Now reports.  The father reportedly 'told her to slow down because she had his son in the car with her.'  The crash resulted in the death of the woman's one-year-old son Royce According to an arrest report,...
    A young black Massachusetts woman filmed the moment a white man allegedly followed her in his car and demanded to know what she was doing in his neighborhood, saying he felt 'unsafe'.  Julia Santos, 21, was on her way home on Monday after she picked up free dog food from a local who posted about it in a neighborhood Facebook group in Groveland. She said as she drove home she passed through Juniper Terrace and realized a man was following her for several streets in his car.  Disturbed by being tailed for two miles, Santos turned onto a side street to escape the man, where he pulled up next to her and confronted her.    'So what are you driving up Juniper Terrace for?' the white man is seen saying in the video, wearing a white T-shirt and sunglasses.  Black woman Julia Santos, 21, of Groveland, Massachusetts filmed the moment she confronted a white man (above) who allegedly followed her in his car for two miles on Monday before asking what she was doing in his neighborhood. He told her...
    New York — Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Vanessa Claudio He has managed to spend very fun days in Miami, Florida, a city to which he has adapted very well since he arrived to host the television program. “Tell me what you know”. This was demonstrated by the Puerto Rican in her stories of Instagram, in which he published several videos in which he can be seen wearing a pink speckled bikini, dark glasses and a cap. In one of the clips Vanessa is lying on her back and from the yacht she is on she sends a kiss to her followers. Recently the model also explained that her exit from the program “Come the joy” in Aztec TV last year it was because they put her to lead sections in which she participated Kristal Silva, who according to Vanessa, had no driving experience, so it seemed unfair to him, since he considers that Silva was unprepared and never noticed any evolution in her. Marlene Favela looks very sensual in a tight black swimsuit and driving a yacht Irina Baeva...
    1 of 3In this undated photo provided by the family of Althea Bernstein shows the burns on Bernstein's face an neck after four white men sprayed her with lighter fluid and threw a lighter at her, setting her on fire as she was driving in downtown Madison, Wis., during protests that she was not a part of early Wednesday, June 24, 2020. Bernstein, who is studying to become an paramedic, drove away and patted out the flames. She visited an emergency room later that night, where she said health care workers had to scrub her skin off. She said she will eventually need plastic surgery. Authorities as investigating the incident as a hate crime. (Photo courtesy of family of Althea Bernstein via AP)1 of 3In this undated photo provided by the family of Althea Bernstein shows the burns on Bernstein's face an neck after four white men sprayed her with lighter fluid and threw a lighter at her, setting her on fire as she was driving in downtown Madison, Wis., during protests that she was not a part of early...
    An erratic driver near a busy Fairfield County intersection was allegedly intoxicated when she was stopped by officers, police said. Officers from the New Canaan Police Department received reports of an erratic driver on Main Street at approximately 10:45 p.m. on Friday, June 19, prompting intervention. The officers were able to track down the driver, Kerry McCarthy O’Dea, near the intersection of Oak Street and she was stopped. During the subsequent stop, police said that while speaking with O’Dea, she showed signs of impairment. O’Dea proceeded to fail multiple Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and she was taken into custody without incident. O’Dea, 48, of New Canaan, was transported to police headquarters, where she refused to submit to a breathalyzer. She was charged with illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol and cited for failing to drive in her lane, police said. O’Dea was later released to a sober third-party and scheduled to appear in court on Thursday, July 23.
    SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- An incident between a motorist and protesters in Northern California's Sonoma County Saturday night has sparked a police investigation and claims on both sides that they were victims of an unprovoked attack.Alea Sanders says the otherwise peaceful Black Lives Matter demonstration march she organized in Santa Rosa nearly turned deadly when a white SUV suddenly sped through the crowd as dozens of people marched down the middle of Sonoma Avenue."At that point, my only concern was, 'Is anybody dead?' because what I saw was a lot of things flying through the air and people screaming," Sanders said. "I mean it was traumatic. I mean there were children in the crowd."Sanders says two protesters suffered minor injuries as they dove out of the way of the car, an SUV Santa Rosa police say was driven by a nurse who had just finished her shift at a local hospital.The driver told investigators she only drove through the marchers after she claimed they began throwing things, including a skateboard and a bike, at her SUV.EMBED More News Videos Unsettling...
    SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- An incident between a motorist and protesters in Northern California's Sonoma County Saturday night has sparked a police investigation and claims on both sides that they were victims of an unprovoked attack.Alea Sanders says the otherwise peaceful Black Lives Matter demonstration march she organized in Santa Rosa nearly turned deadly when a white SUV suddenly sped through the crowd as dozens of people marched down the middle of Sonoma Avenue."At that point, my only concern was, 'Is anybody dead?' because what I saw was a lot of things flying through the air and people screaming," Sanders said. "I mean it was traumatic. I mean there were children in the crowd."Sanders says two protesters suffered minor injuries as they dove out of the way of the car, an SUV Santa Rosa police say was driven by a nurse who had just finished her shift at a local hospital.The driver told investigators she only drove through the marchers after she claimed they began throwing things, including a skateboard and a bike, at her SUV.EMBED More News Videos Unsettling...
    SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KGO) -- Santa Rosa police are investigating a reported assault and vehicle vandal involving a woman who allegedly drove through a crowd during a protest near the police department on Saturday night.At approximately 9:20 p.m., officers responded to a driver saying her vehicle had been vandalized by a group of protesters, and one of them had punched her in the face.At the same time, several protesters involved in the peaceful demonstration "Santa Rosa 24-Hour Protest for Peace and Justice," called to report that a white SUV had just driven recklessly through the crowd near the department on Sonoma Avenue.The caller said that some protesters may have been hit by the vehicle, according to department officials.The driver of the white SUV told Santa Rosa PD that driving through the crowd was unintentional, adding that she was unaware about the planned protest, and had just gotten off work nearby. She stated that when she suddenly saw the group on the dim road, she pulled over as far to the right of the roadway as she could, thinking the crowd...
    SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) — Investigators in Santa Rosa were working Sunday to sort out an incident in which a woman drove an SUV into a group of protesters, after which her vehicle was vandalized and she was punched in the face, police said. Police were called about 9:20 p.m. Saturday to Sonoma Avenue near Brookwood Avenue, where a woman said her SUV had been vandalized by protesters involved in the “Santa Rosa 24-Hour Protest of Peace and Justice,” and that she had been punched in the face At about the same time, police said, they got calls several protesters at that event reporting a white SUV had just driven recklessly through the crowd there and that some protesters may have been hit by the vehicle. Damage to SUV at protest march in Santa Rosa. (Santa Rosa Police Dept) The SUV driver told police she had just gotten off her shift as a nurse at a local hospital, that it was dark on Sonoma Avenue and that she suddenly came upon a large crowd of people. The driver said she...
    A woman in California is suing the Los Angeles police department for $10 million after she was shot in the head by a foam bullet fired by the force during George Floyd protests.  Yasmine Morales, 26, said that she was driving through the city on the night of May 30, heading to the Target store at The Grove shopping district, when she was caught in the line of fire. 'She was sitting in her car, and she got shot,' said Neama Rahmani, one of Morales's attorneys. He told DailyMail.com that she spent nine days in hospital with a fractured skull, a brain bleed and internal injuries, and even now has to use a walker.  'It's a very strong case,' he said. Yasmine Morales was driving in Los Angeles on May 30 when she was hit by a foam bullet Morales, 26, required 20 stitches and suffered a fractured cheekbone, traumatic brain injury, bruising and impaired vision. She is still unable to walk, her attorney told DailyMail.com Morales was driving, and was accompanied by a friend in the passenger seat....
    Less than two weeks after an 18-year-old girl from Ohio celebrated her high school graduation, she was shot and killed while driving her grandmother to the bank. Na'Kia Crawford, from Akron, was found riddled with bullets inside her car at the intersection of North Howard Street and East North Street on Sunday afternoon.  She was rushed to Summa Akron City Hospital but could not be saved. Her grandmother, who witnessed the shooting, was not harmed.  Na'Kia Crawford, 18, is pictured in her cap and gown on the day of her graduation on June 3. Less than two weeks later, she was shot and killed while driving her grandmother The Akron Police Department in Ohio on Monday released photos of a black sports car that is believed to be connected to Crawford's homicide on June 14  The vehicle pictured above is described as having dark tinted windows RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Breonna Taylor's family say they've been left 'in the dark'... Peace activist, 75, who was pushed to the ground by Buffalo... Share this article Share...
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