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An 18 year old punk, scumbag kills a pregnant woman while drag racing.
And if he gets 2 years it will be a miracle...

Woman dies when vehicle struck by racing car
November 4, 2005
LOWELL, Mass. --A woman driving outbound on the Lowell Connector died on Thursday when her vehicle was struck by another car that crossed the median after apparently losing control during a race, state police said.

The accident just before 5 p.m. shut down the outbound portion of the busy stretch of road for more than four hours as police investigated.
Two vehicles were apparently racing at speeds of more than 90 mph on the inbound side of the road when one of the vehicles, a Mercury Sable, lost control, State Police Lt. Walter Keenan said.

The Sable crossed the median, went airborne and landed on a Subaru Legacy before striking a Toyota Camry. The driver of the Subaru, identified by state police as Deborah Hornberger, 31, of Leominster, was taken to Saints Memorial Hospital in Lowell where she was pronounced dead. The driver of the Toyota, Oun Choun, 38, of Dracut, was treated for minor injuries at Saints.

The driver of the Sable, Carlos Rodriguez, 18, of Lowell, was taken to Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston with serious injuries.

The crash remains under investigation and no charges had been filed.

The Lowell Connector is one of the most dangerous stretches of highway in the state, according to The Sun of Lowell, citing law enforcement sources in a story in Thursday's edition. The three-mile road, with three lanes in each direction, handles 40,000 vehicles per day and has 19 on or off ramps, the story said. There have already been two fatalities on the road this year, according to the newspaper.
 
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