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Woman Who Crashed Car Into Homecoming Parade Charged With Second-Degree Murder



Adacia Chambers has been charged with four counts of second-degree murder as a result of the Homecoming tragedy of 2015, according to USA Today. Here’s what her attorney had to say.

“She doesn’t remember a whole lot about what happened,” attorney Tony Coleman told reporters. “There was a period where I think … she could have even blacked out,” he said.

Chambers will appear in court on Monday.

Coleman told reporters on Sunday, “I absolutely can rule out alcohol as an intoxicant.” He said Chambers’ behavior when he spoke to her “was not consistent with someone coming out of an alcoholic stupor.” He said family members who were with her late Friday did not see her consume any alcohol. Her boyfriend said she was sober when she left for work at a restaurant about 8:30 a.m. Saturday, he said.

Coleman said he views the crash as a result of untreated physical or mental illness, saying that during a post-accident meeting at the jail, “I was not satisfied at all that I was communicating with a competent individual.”

The search for “why” marches on.

[USA Today]

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