Man Driving "Monster" Truck Charged with Wrongful Death
A college student was killed by a monster truck outside of a club. The parents have filed a wrongful death suit against the driver of the monster truck and the club.
Kasey McKenzie, the victim of the wrongful death, was killed when leaving with friends after a party, when a man driving a 2003 Ford F-250 truck pulled out and completely ran over the victim with all four tires. McKenzie died at the scene of the accident.
The club is being sued for negligence because the bartenders over served the driver of the truck past the legal limit of intoxication and allowed him to leave in his car. He blew a .18, more than twice the legal limit. When the officers arrived at the scene, the driver said he never saw the girl. He was also driving with a suspended license.
The lift kit on the man’s truck did not comply with federal and state regulations. He is being charged with intoxication manslaughter.
The wrongful death victim attended University of North Texas with plans to graduate with a degree in economics and international finance.
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