According to an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, a young man in the Bayview District had to hold his brother in his arms while he breathed his last breath. 19 year old Eduardo Perez was riding in the passenger seat of a Honda while his friend spun donuts. The car flipped over, and Perez was thrown half way through the window, crushing him between the car and the pavement. Perez' brother scrambled out of the back seat and dislodged his dying brother. The alleged driver of the car then fled the scene, returned with his father some hours later. Prosecutors have alleged that the driver may have been under the influence of alcohol.
If the alleged facts are true, this case shows how tragic some driving under the influence cases can become. Three lives were ruined that night: The dead young man, his brother, and the driver, who must live with more than just the legal aftermath of such an occurrence.
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