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Remember this broad?
She’s the one who killed tow truck driver Daniel Coady on 495 when he was in a breakdown lane.
Shiina Dionne hospital arraignment on OUI charges in the death of tow truck driver Dan Coady, after her car hit him as he responded to crash Wednesday night on 495 in #Andover #TuftsMedicalCenter #wbz pic.twitter.com/qV8ayIRuN0
— Christina Hager (@HagerWBZ) March 16, 2018
She was initially charged with drunk driving, but today the charges were dropped:
Prosecutors dropped charges against a Lawrence woman charged after tow truck driver Daniel Coady was killed on Interstate 495 in Andover on March 14. Shiina Dionne, 28, was arraigned in a hospital bed at Tufts Medical Center after the March 14 late night crash that killed Coady, 41, a married father of two. However, a Lawrence District Court prosecutor said Dionne tested negative for alcohol and drugs after the accident and state police radio transmissions from that night indicated there was a “black ice” condition present on the highway.
If she wasn’t drunk then she shouldn’t be charged with DUI homicide. Pretty sure she was originally arrested for admitting to having something to drink prior to the crash. I’m all for justice, and if she wasn’t driving drunk then she shouldn’t be charged with that, because that’s not justice. If the prosecution had something to work with they’d pursue it, but with the BAC test and the black ice there was no way a jury would ever convict her.
With that said, a normal person would respond to something like this by doing one of two things on social media:
- Expressing their condolences to the family.
- Saying nothing at all.
A ratchet does this:
“Can’t touch this.”
Ya know, I almost felt bad for her for a second there. What if this were you or I? What if you were on a highway, not breaking any laws and you hit some black ice, lost control of your car, and killed a father of two? How could you ever live with yourself after that? I couldn’t.
But that’s because I have this thing called a “soul.” I’m sure she’s happy she’s not going to jail, but the fact of the matter is that a man is still dead and two children will grow up without a father. Under no circumstances should you turn this into a joyous event. You’re spitting in the faces of the family that you helped destroy. And it was completely avoidable if she had been more careful. You know there’s black ice, you see a tow truck helping people out on the side of the road, slow the fuck down.
Karma’s a bitch, and I have no doubt in my mind that it will find her some day.