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Man Driving 154 mph Before Fatal Crash Pleads Guilty

Posted in Best of, General, News, Traffic by MrAngry | October 2nd, 2011 | 1 Response |

Car Accident

The simple question is why? Why the hell was someone driving at over 150 mph on a stretch of public road. It’s no secret that many of today’s cars are capable of diving deep into the triple digits, but there are times and places to do this. Last October, on a stretch of Interstate 71 running towards Nashville, TN Stanley Ivey was driving his modified Mustang at over 150 mph when he collided with a disabled motorist whose car burst into flames. The motorist, one James Lester, burned to death inside his car. Ivey, who was driving 89 mph over the legal speed limit at the time of impact, suffered some injuries, but nothing life threatening. He is now facing 11.5 years in prison. People, we have places like road courses and drag strips for you to screw around on, so please do us a all a favor and try to drive responsibly on our public roads.

Read the entire article at: news.cincinnati.com

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  1. Wow, it’s weird how the people speeding usually never get seriously hurt but it’s the people they hit who do. Burning in your car has got to be one of the worst and most painful ways to go. I feel sorry for the victim.