Miami, United States.
A latin woman faces a murder charge in second grade in the city of Jacksonville (Florida) for initiating a chase against a man who crashed his vehicle in a parking lot and ended up dead after both caused various accidents that involved five motor vehicles.
Ana Jiménez, 22, was arrested for ignoring the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), Jacskonville Police and Fire Department to desist from the pursuit, which ended in the death of James David Robinson, 60 years old.
Jiménez called the police when Robinson crashed your vehicle in a parking lot of a store in the boulevard San Jose Boulevardin Jacksonville, North Florida, and launched a high-speed pursuit.
According to the FHP, Robinson collided with another vehicle near Interstate 295 and then continued to cross the Puente Buckman.
Both vehicles entered and exited traffic at high speed, before finally exiting into the roosevelt boulevard, colliding with each other several times.
Robinson finally lost his life when he collided with a truck and two other vehicles in the opposite lane.
The deceased had been found guilty three times for driving with a suspended license or revoked and was considered a habitual offender.
Jiménez had a driving violation for improperly backing up.
According to FHP, Jimenez ignored the instructions of the authorities and continued “driving recklessly and endangering the lives of other drivers and individuals. “
“Your actions indicate acts imminently dangerous for another person regardless of human life. Your reckless actions caused the death of the driver … as well as damage to five vehicles and injuries to three people, “he said.
In addition to the second degree murder charge, Jimenez, who is being held in a St. Johns County jail, faces another case of reckless driving.