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California woman suspected of vehicular manslaughter

Car accidents can happen at any time of day for a variety of different reasons. Something as simple as reaching for a dropped item can cause a driver to temporarily drift to the left or the right. Despite this, police in California believe that alcohol may have played a role in a recent accident involving a bicyclist, resulting in accusations of vehicular manslaughter.

The accident happened one evening on a day in late October. According to reports, a bicyclist was westbound on the shoulder of a California road. Unfortunately, police say that a vehicle driven by a 24-year-old woman veered onto the shoulder, striking the cyclist.

Emergency responders reportedly discovered the female cyclist in a ditch nearby. She was transported to the hospital, but she passed away. Reports indicate that police suspect that the driver of the motor vehicle allegedly involved in the incident had been under the influence of alcohol. She was taken into custody, suspected of DUI in addition to vehicular manslaughter.

An unexpected death is always a tragedy. However, there are many unclear details surrounding the accident that resulted in accusations of vehicular manslaughter, including why law enforcement officials suspect that the woman was driving under the influence of alcohol or what her blood alcohol content was at the time. Unfortunately, the driver now faces a complicated process as she navigates the criminal justice system. Fortunately, there are professionals who can help her throughout. With such a person fighting on her behalf and providing guidance, she may have more confidence in the decisions that she must make.

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