In Harlem, a community mourns for one honors student was killed in a car accident. Amanda Kordich was only seventeen when a drunk driver ran a red light and struck her in her car. The man driving the car was Wesley Hanson of Wisconsin, and has pleaded not guilty for the crime, but police still have him in custody—his bond is one million dollars. Police believe that he was driving drunk. Unfortunately, hospital officials are reporting that without consent they need a court order to take a blood sample.
Kordich was well loved by her friends and family, which can be scene of at the scene of her death. Her mother hopes that when drivers see her memorial, it will make drivers think again before driving drunk.
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