Rhoden never stopped to offer the victims any help, or call for emergency rescue personnel. He simply drove on. He later claimed at his bond hearing that he didn't realize that the crash was "that big."  Drunk driving was not Rhoden's only offense, it later came out. He was driving at a speed of 112 mph at the time of the crash. He was denied bond and has spent the last year at the Gwinnett County jail, charged with reckless driving, vehicular homicide, and hit and run.

Demetrius Randle has spent much of the year since the accident recovering from his injuries. When his loved were ones were being buried, Demetrius was deep in a coma, battling for his life. As he attends the memorial service on the first anniversary of their deaths, he may receive closure.

Atlanta Car Accident Lawyers

The combination of speed and driving is a potent one, and any automobile accident that involves a speeding and intoxicated driver almost always has  devastating results such as catastrophic injuries and death.  If you have questions about how to proceed after suffering injuries in an alcohol related accident, contact an Atlanta and Peachtree City car accident lawyer at my office.

Jason R. Schultz
Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.
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