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News - October 11, 2013

Teen driver remains held without bond in fatal crash

Cody Hall has yet to enter a plea in case, now continued until November

by Glenn Wohltmann

The young driver who ran down and killed a bicyclist in June remains in custody without bail and without entering a plea.

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Posted by Adams
a resident of California Reflections
on Oct 30, 2013 at 12:45 am

Fatal crash and teen both are interrelated with each other; in most of the urban regions we have found the issues of fatal crashes occurred by a teen driver. As teen drivers are suffering from lack of proper knowledge and experience on driving and also speed would be a crucial factor for them; due to which they are unable to put their control on vehicle. Therefore we have found different incident of fatal crash by teen drivers. Here also we have found that how a teen driver remain in custody in the charge of killing a bicyclist. I must say that parents should be more preventive or strict while allow their teen children for driving. Otherwise these types of accidents are taken place at regular intervals. [removed]


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