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A pick-up truck driver charged in a highway crash that left 7 of the bikers to death in New Hampshire, had been in a previous crash and break the record in Texas; the Molly Line is in the details.
The head of the Massachusetts motor vehicle division, resigned from her six-figure salary, will occur on Tuesday, after her agency failed to process the termination of the commercial driver’s license of a man accused in a collision with a group of bikers on a rural New Hampshire road in the previous week, in which seven cyclists killed.
The Massachusetts Registry of Cars Erin Deveney, offered her resignation, just hours after the alleged driver involved in the horrific crash has pleaded not guilty to seven counts of negligent homicide in the Friday, the vehicle of tragedy, in Randolph, N. H., the Boston Herald reported.
A PICK-UP TRUCK DRIVER WAS ARRESTED AFTER A NEW HAMPSHIRE HIGHWAY ACCIDENT THAT LEFT A 7 RIDERS OF DEATH
Erin Deveney, chief of the motor vehicle division, in Massachusetts, speaking with reporters, April 29, 2014, when she was interim head of the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families in need. (The Associated Press)
Deveney, the agency had failed to act on the information it has received from the Connecticut Department of motor Vehicles in a drunken driving arrest, in which the 23-year-old accused, Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack said in a statement.
Pollock said the previous arrests, it would have been Zhukovskyy a commercial driver’s license. As a result, they have accepted the resignation of Deveney, whose salary was reportedly $143,800 in a year, according to the Herald.
Court documents allege Zhukovskyy, is a Ukrainian national with a permanent resident status in the US, was driving erratically and crossed the center line at about 6:30 p.m. Friday, on Highway 2, a two-lane road that runs through the small town just to the north of Mount Washington. His Dodge pick-up truck driving with a trailer when he plowed through the bikers. All of the victims were members or supporters of the Marine JarHeads, one of New England’s motorcycle club, which is composed of Marines and their spouses. Those killed ranged in age from 42 to 62.
The New Hampshire State Police said a 2016 Dodge 2500 pick-up truck and collided with the riders in the US for 2 on Friday night. The cause of the deadly crash is not yet known. The pick-up truck was set on fire when emergency responders arrived.
MOTORCYCLISTS KILLED IN NEW HAMPSHIRE CRASH HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED, INCLUDING THE COUPLE’S
Manny Ribeiro, who survived the crash, said to Deveney, the dismissal was an indication that the crash could have been prevented. But Ribeiro said that it was also of the opinion that if someone is on the run from the issue.”
“We have to stop and walk away, and that’s it,” Ribeiro told the Associated Press. “The story is about. See you later until the next time it happens, and then the next person in line steps to the bottom. This is what happens every single time.”
The horrific crash in New Hampshire have killed seven people, including a married couple.
The former Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s Chief Operating Officer, Jamey Tesler, the role of the deputy registrar to make an in-depth review of the register of state-to-state data sharing system in order to make the “RMV operations as quickly as possible all of the information that is being shared by the other states,” Pollock told the Herald.
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Zhukovskyy, was previously arrested May 11 at a Walmart parking lot in East Windsor, Conn., after allegedly failing a sobriety test. His license was revoked after the arrest, but in 2013, his license was taken away for 210 days and he was placed on probation after a drink-driving charge in Westfield, Mass.
The police department in Texas, told several media that the Zhukovskyy, also crashed into a tractor-trailer in a suburb of Houston, texas, earlier this month. Zhukovskyy, told the police that he had been cut off, causing it to lose control of the vehicle. He was not taken into consideration.
Fox News’ Greg Norman, Sam, the Guardian and The Associated Press contributed to this report.