A tragic story of a wrongful death accident case in Colonial Heights, VA that ended with one man killed, one man in a wheelchair and unable to speak, and one woman probably going to jail for years.
Megan Lean Brown was convicted on Monday of driving drunk on June 13 of this year. She was driving the wrong way down Jefferson Davis Highway when she had a head-on collision with a moped driven by Frederick Wall. Mr. Wall was pronounced dead at the scene.
Mr. Wall’s passenger was Ricky Hill, who suffered a fractured pelvis, head trauma, partial paralysis, and nerve and muscle damage.
Ms. Brown pled guilty to involuntary manslaughter while driving intoxicated, maiming while driving intoxicated and DUI . She faces up to 16 years in prison.
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