Zaire Lassiter Obituary, Death – Excessive speed is a contributing factor in approximately one third of all fatal accidents. It is the third leading contributing factor to traffic accidents, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Association (NHTSA).
A 24-year-old driver was killed in Charlotte, and it appears that speed was a contributing factor in his death. It has been determined that Zaire Lassiter has disappeared without a trace. According to the reports, Yoan Alberto Hernadez Tosca was driving a Honda Accord through traffic on Sunday afternoon at a high rate of speed when the driver overcorrected and lost control of the vehicle.
The incident resulted in the death of one person and the injury of several others. The vehicle went off the road and into a tree at the intersection of Winterhaven and Albemarle, where it came to a stop after colliding with the object. Both the driver and the passenger were unable to exit the vehicle because they were both unable to move.
The driver, Rangel Garcia Cabrera, 30, and his passenger, approximately twelve firefighters, were successfully extricated from the vehicle thanks to the efforts of the firefighters. Both were taken to the hospital with injuries that were considered to be life-threatening. At the hospital, it was determined that the driver had passed away.
It is not known for certain whether or not alcohol played a role in the single-vehicle collision. It is also not clear why the driver was moving at such a high rate of speed while swerving in and out of traffic. This is another thing that is not clear. When someone is driving recklessly, they are putting not only the lives of the people in their own vehicle at risk, but also the lives of all of the other drivers and passengers who are on the road in the immediate area of the reckless driver.
According to the statistics, young male drivers have a significantly higher risk of being involved in an accident than drivers of any other gender or age group. In 2007, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that 39% of male drivers between the ages of 15-20 who were involved in fatal accidents were speeding at the time of the collision.
Even though it was a terrible accident, it very easily could have been much worse. Because of the careless decision of one driver to drive recklessly, there is a possibility that additional vehicles were involved, and that additional injuries or fatalities could have been caused.