Crime & Courts, Murder

Oklahoma parade crash was intentional


It is being reported on November 21, 2015 that the woman responsible for driving into a parade in Oklahoma last month killing four people, was not under the influence of alcohol.  It is believed that she deliberately drove her car into the sea of spectators at the homecoming parade.

On October 24, 2015 a homecoming parade in Stillwater, OK turned into a tragedy when a dark grey Sedan mowed down families unexpectedly.  “Among the dead were a two-year-old boy, a University of Central Oklahoma master’s student from India, and a retired OSU professor and his wife. The ages of the injured ranged from one to 66 years old, police said.”

The driver, Adacia Chambers, 25, was held down at the scene after she attempted to flee following the crash.  She submitted to a blood alcohol test soon after the alleged accident and it showed that she had less than 0.1 per cent of alcohol in her system.  The legal limit for blood/alcohol is 0.8 per cent.

“A competency evaluation was ordered for homecoming parade crash defendant Adacia Chambers, and a gag order has been issued on the release of information pertaining to her mental health during . . .[a] hearing at the Payne County, Okla., Courthouse.”

“Chambers faces four counts of second-degree murder and 46 counts of assault and battery with means likely to produce death.”  While the prosecution maintains that this was an intentional act on her part, a gag order prevents them from disclosing any more details as to why she did it.

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