A driver involved in a fatal vehicle accident is set to be charged for intoxication manslaughter.
Wired PR News – A driver involved in a crash that killed five young passengers is set to be charged after police suspect he was intoxicated at the time of the accident. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), authorities in Houston are planning to charge 32 year-old Chanton Jenkins with intoxication manslaughter in the deaths of five children who range in ages one to eleven, following a car crash that resulted in the vehicle plunging into a ditch. Jenkins was reportedly on his cell phone in addition to being suspected of intoxication when he lost control of the automobile.
A noted in the report, Jenkins, another adult, and a ten year-old girl were able to escape from the car. Jenkins was reportedly the father of four of the children that had been riding in the vehicle.
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