When you travel through South Texas on your way to other southeastern states, you’ll travel along a long elevated section of I-10. Below is swamp marsh filled with snakes and alligators.
I don’t like driving over that section of highway. If you vehicle breaks down you stand a good chance of being rear ended.
Getting rear ended by an out of control bus driving by a probably boozy illegal is going to be fatal.
If Trump’s wall were up, a Fire Chief would be alive today.
Undocumented Unlicensed Bus Driver Kills Fire Chief
Criminal charges are pending against the driver of a bus at the center of a traffic crash on Interstate 10 that killed two people on Sunday morning, including a high-ranking St. John the Baptist Parish firefighter, Louisiana State Police said.
State Police identified the bus driver as Denis Yasmir Amaya Rodriguez, of Honduras, who turned 37 earlier this month. Amaya — who had no driver’s license — admitted to troopers that he was in the United States without necessary immigration documents and was driving a group of largely Honduran workers from New Orleans to Baton Rouge to assist in relief efforts following the devastating flooding there earlier this month, Trooper Melissa Matey said.
Exact charges were not immediately available. Matey said investigators were still working to determine who had organized the workers and sent them to Baton Rouge.
According to Matey, troopers and St. John firefighters responded at 6:40 a.m. Sunday after the driver of a Nissan Titan crashed into a guardrail near I-10 mile marker 203 — an elevated portion over water — while traveling at an excessive rate of speed for the rainy conditions at the time.
The bus that Amaya was driving then struck the rear of the fire truck as well as multiple other cars. Three firefighters standing on the side of the road at the time of the bus collision were thrown over the guardrail, Matey said.
One of those firefighters, St. John Fire District Chief Spencer Chauvin, was killed, Matey said. The other two firefighters were hospitalized, one in critical but stable condition and the other with moderate injuries.
Meanwhile, a person in a Toyota Camry hit by the bus was also killed, Matey said. In all, there were about 40 total injuries, Matey said. Most of the workers on the bus emerged from the crash with minor to moderate injuries.
On Sunday afternoon, St. John Parish President Natalie Robottom released a statement describing Chauvin as “one of the bravest and most dedicated firefighters” she knew.
The driver of the bus must be imprisoned and then deported after his release. Whoever owns the bus and hired the unlicensed illegal to drive it must also go to prison.
Anyone caught hiring any illegal for any reason must go to jail. It’s already against the law, but America 2016 is selective in its enforcement of the law.