Monica Chavez Found Not Guilty in Car Crash That Killed Family of 5, Caused by Possible Seizure

A Colorado woman who suffered an apparent seizure right before getting into a car crash that killed a family of five was found not guilty of negligent homicide. Monica Chavez was driving more than 100 miles per hour with her two kids in Feb. 2011. She apparently had a seizure when she entered an intersection, went airborne and smashed into two cars on a Thornton, Colo., street. Randy and Crystaldawn Stollsteimer, and their kids, Sebastian, Darrian, and Cyrus, died instantly. "It's wrong....Full Story
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