Driver in crash drunk, court told

Driver in crash drunk, court told

There are 1 comment on the Chicago Tribune story from May 27, 2007, titled Driver in crash drunk, court told. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

“We are very disturbed about the information that has been released today.”

A school bus driver admitted to authorities that he drove children to school after downing shots of whiskey - and later drank a six-pack of beer before causing a chain-reaction crash that killed one and injured eight, prosecutors said Wednesday.

Witnesses estimated that the bus driven by Jerry Moncrease was speeding as fast as 70 m.p.h. when it slammed into a sport-utility vehicle at a South Side intersection Monday.

He had a blood alcohol level of .225, nearly three times the legal limit, Assistant State's Atty. Bonnie Greenstein said at a hearing. Read more

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RBL

“THE ABSOLUTE RIGHTS AND WRONGS”

Since: May 07

Chicago

#1 May 27, 2007
Well, wouldn't you, if you had to put up with those screaming brats every day??!!

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