Saturday, June 06, 2015

Come to America, and Kill People: “Bronx Resident” [African Alien] Backs Through Fried Chicken Restaurant Storefront, Killing Boy, 7, and Gravely Wounding His Father, 34, and Sister, 5, Then Flees, Only to be Caught Nearby


Ethan Villavicencio

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

The reader who sent this story wrote,
Nigerian POS?

Witness Victor Robles claimed the killer looked “confused.” He may have been confused when he killed little Ethan Villavicencio, and maimed his family, but he wasn’t at all confused, when he made his getaway.

My millions of racial socialist readers will doubtless point out that lots of American-born old farts kill people the same way, without realizing that they are hoisting themselves on their own petard. Last I looked, there was no urgent need to import economic parasites who are reckless drivers when they come here, and who kill people, when they get too old to handle a vehicle.

Actually, many of them kill and maim when they’re still young, because they drive just like folks do, back home.


The crime scene

Boy dies crying for his mom after SUV crash
By Ben Feuerherd and C.J. Sullivan
June 4, 2015 | 10:49 p.m.
The New York Post

A 7-year-old boy died crying for his mother Thursday after a Mercedes SUV driven by a 73-year-old man slammed into a Bronx chicken restaurant where the child was eating with his family, police and witnesses said.

“It was a bad scene,” said Victor Robles, who witnessed the aftermath of Ethan Villavicencio being struck at Kennedy Fried Chicken on Westchester Avenue in Pelham Bay. “I saw the little boy on the ground yelling for his mother. His father was banged up, as was his little daughter.”

The child’s 5-year-old sister and 34-year-old dad were, in fact, badly injured inside the eatery when the car smashed through the front at 5:30 p.m.

Another witness said the restaurant was filled with blood, with the boy’s sister and father looking in worse condition than he did.

“The father had blood all over him, so did the little girl,” said that witness, James Chambers.

“I saw the boy on the floor crying. I thought he would live. That’s just a shame, a 7-year-old dying like that.”

Cops said the vehicle, driven by Bronx resident [Ha!] Kwasi Oduro, plowed into the victims when it smashed through the storefront.

Sources said Oduro mistakenly threw his vehicle into reverse before slamming into the eatery.

The out-of-control driver then allegedly took off in the SUV, but was quickly arrested about two blocks from the scene.

A man had first tried to keep the driver from fleeing, a witness said.

“One gentleman opened the door to try to grab the driver out to keep him from getting away,” said Luis Cruz.

“He [the driver] just pushed the gas and the person just couldn’t hold on.”

Robles said Oduro was eventually tracked down by another good Samaritan.

“A witness chased the old man’s car and stopped him,” Robles said. “He looked confused, like he didn’t know what he had done.”

The father suffered lacerations to the head, while the little girl sustained wounds to her arms.

They were rushed to Jacobi Medical Center, where they were listed in stable condition Thursday night.

Ethan was pronounced dead when he reached the hospital.

Oduro who taken to the 45th Precinct station house Thursday night and charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death. He was expected to be arraigned at Bronx Criminal Court.

The NYPD’s Highway Collision Investigation Squad will continue with the investigation.

1 comment:

jeigheff said...

At least ten years ago, an incident like this took place in a small shopping center in our neighborhood (Crestview, Austin, Texas.)

An elderly driver, parked in front of a barber shop, meant to back out of his parking space, but went forward instead. His car smashed through the front of the barber shop and did plenty of damage. At least two people were knocked over (maybe run over?), but somehow weren't seriously injured.

One report said the driver then tried to back out of the barber shop, but a bystander somehow managed to get the car's keys out of the ignition. If the elderly driver had really bad reflexes and if his car windows were rolled down, I imagine this was possible. I have no idea if the driver was trying to escape, or if he simply wanted to back out of the smashed-up barber shop.

The barber shop was back in business soon afterwards. The female owner got hold of four huge rocks, which were placed in intervals in front of the shop, so no-one could drive into it again. I can't say I blame her.