Zuniga — who has also appeared in pretty much every other TV show you’ve ever seen — tells us, he was rear-ended … and the other car sent him careening through a nearby bus stop. He landed in a construction area. We’re told a third car was also involved, but damage to the other cars wasn’t as bad. Thankfully, we’re told no one was injured. The fire department responded to the scene shortly afterward. See also
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Police continuing investigation into car accident where man died – Warwick Beacon
in Warwick died. The Warwick Police responded to the accident in the area of West Natick Road and Lambert Lind Highway where they found the car driven by Gincastro had left the road and hit a tree. The Traffic Divisions Accident Reconstruction Team is investigating the collision. The vehicle, which was being operated south on Lambert Lind Highway left the roadway in the vicinity of the Warwick Mall parking lot, striking several trees located on traffic islands at that location before coming to a stop. Gincastro had to be extricated from the vehicle by the Warwick Fire Department and he was transported to Kent Hospital where he was later pronounced dead. The Warwick Police Department is continuing the investigation to include whether speed and/or alcohol was a factor in the collision. Investigators are continuing their investigation. Any person with information related to the collision is asked to contact the Warwick Police Department Traffic Division at 468-4293. Attachments
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Judge sets bond for suspect in deadly Florida day care car crash
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – A judge reinstated a $100,000 bond on Monday for a Florida man charged with leaving the scene of a car crash at an Orlando-area day care center that killed a four-year-old girl and injured 14 people, including one child who remains in critical condition. Judge Jerry Brewer ordered Robert Corchado, 28, not to drive and ruled he must remain in Orange County where the accident occurred or in Seminole County, where Corchado lives with his mother and brothers and faces drug-related charges in a separate case. Prosecutors said Corchado, who previously served two terms in state prison for drug and extortion convictions, faces a potential sentence of life in prison. Corchado turned himself him on Thursday about 24 hours after the accident and he initially was held on a $100,000 bond attached to his arrest warrant. Brewer revoked the bond on Friday to give prosecutors an opportunity to show that Corchado was a flight risk, but rejected their request for a $250,000 bond and a defense attempt to have it set at $7,500. Corchado testified he has $5,000 in savings and no close relatives outside of central Florida where his wife and three children also live. Corchado will not walk free even if he is able to post the bond. On Friday, a judge agreed to a request from prosecutors in neighboring Seminole County to revoke his bond pending the drug charges, according to court records. Authorities believe Corchado was the driver of a Durango that triggered the crash on Wednesday by rear-ending another car as it slowed to turn into the daycare entrance near Orlando. The second car, a Toyota Solara, jumped the curb before traveling through the parking lot and into the front of the daycare center, striking several children and stopping at the back of the building.
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