State court records also show that Vasquez was charged with driving 111 miles per hour in a 65-miles-per-hour zone in Anne Arundel County on Aug. 31.
In addition, Vasquez was charged with driving 79 miles per hour in a 40-miles-per hour zone on April 16, and with driving 86 miles per hour in a 55-miles-per-hour zone on April 27. The April incidents happened in Montgomery County, according to court records.
possibly... but in my opinion, B58 (engine, not plane) would not fly over 20 ft with 60 mph impact. it took me a while to figure out the carnage but wheel ending up on tree and B58 ending up in parking lot, you could tell how much of force was applied.. with that much force her head is moving forward and force of aribag deploying other way could easily snap her neck.... i wonder airbag also prevented her from ejecting her out through the windshield..Yeah, im thinking with her track record the seatbelt was an afterthought in the afterlife. Its always possible that with that side impact into the pole her head would have bounced off the driver side door glass ... if she was going anywhere over 20 mph, the wind buffeting would have definitely meant she had the window up.
i am going to take a guess and say there was a huge change in velocity. The human organ can only take so much change in velocity from an impact. Even if the outside of the person looks to be fine, that “jolt” can kill you internally.I am curious what actually killed her. I think the passenger might have got it from the pole but I watched the unedited video and it looks like she is just slumped over. I cannot tell if she was wearing a seat but that area of the car seemed reasonably intact. There has been quite a few supra accidents but I think this is the first death. I am wondering if she bounced off the side glass or something. I was surprised well the driver side cockpit seemed intact.
Nope, and yup.Update: Car was not stolen and highspeed was a factor.