Monday, July 14, 2014

ICYMI: 25 years later, family reflects on death caused by drunk driver and new, tougher laws

By Isaac Avilucea
The Register Citizen 
TORRINGTON >> Twenty-five years later, pain has given way to forgiveness, but sisters Susan Suhanovsky and Honoria Williams still haven’t forgotten the day their father, Herman Marine, died in a horrific two-car accident in Torrington.
About 5 feet 11 inches tall with salt-and-pepper hair, an imposing beard and “smiling eyes,” Marine was set to retire from the Burrville Fire Department July 1 and had purchased a home with his wife, Margaret, in Venice, Florida, in the same retirement community as the couple’s friends, when he was killed by a drunk driver on June 21, 1989.

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Blogger Cinderella K said...

It’s always painful to lose a loved one, and losing them to foolishness of some other person is extremely excruciating. Though there is a great deal of specialization in legal field, and a good Los Angeles DUI lawyer can help you to navigate the court system and sift through mandatory and subjective penalties.

March 31, 2015 at 11:23 PM 

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