Katherine mayor blames three aboriginal deaths on drinking and driving
After the shooting, the city’s emergency response chief said the fatal crash was caused by bad driving.
Michele Rafferty is the mayor of Augusta, a city of 4,300 people near Augusta in southeastern Maine.
She said the mayor blames the death of two women on what happened last month in Augusta.
In June, Marie-Ajolphe Hotez and Raimunda Williams died when their vehicle careened off Route 9 north of Augusta i여주출장샵n what police called an accident.
Sgt. Kevin Giddings with the Augusta Police Department said that despite the number of crashes on the road, it’s not the only area the department tries to patrol.
“We do everything within our power to help the people of Augusta to be safe, but we cannot take anything for granted,” Giddings told The Associated Press on Friday. “The fact t카지노hat we have a police chief who acknowledges that there are a lot of issues that go on in her city also challenges her to do what’s best.”
Buckhead County coroner John Stearns told The Associated Press that the death of an 83-year-old woman could have been prevented had she been wearing seatbelts, as the driver of the vehicle was not wearing them.
A spokesman for the U.S. Border Patrol said it여수출장안마 여수안마 received reports of two drunk drivers who were stopped after they appeared to be intoxicated in Buckhead County earlier this month. A spokesman said the agents found that the two were likely under the influence.
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