Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Driver Kills Cyclist

Not sure what cause's another human to do such a thing, but it goes to show how dead inside, some people are. Autoblog just posted this article where the man who killed their son while driving is suing them for damages and pain and suffering , I guess.
In 2004, 17-year-old Enaitz Iriondo was cycling after sunset near the town of Haro, in Spain. Spanish businessman Thomas Delgado, doing 100 MPH in his Audi A8, hit Iriondo, killing the teenager instantly. The Spanish court found both parties at fault: Iriondo for not wearing any reflective clothing in the dark nor a helmet, Delgado for doing triple-digit speeds. Delgado's insurance company then paid the Iriondo family €33,000 for the death of their son. Cased closed. Full Article, read on.