The family of a North Texas boy left suffering in a vegetative state for years before he died, Tuesday faced the drunk driver who caused the crash in court.
The punishment phase of the trial for a man who admitted causing a driving drunk crash that eventually took the life of a little boy began Tuesday with police dashcam video.
The man, who drove drunk and caused a crash that left a child brain dead, was in court Monday for the punishment phase of his trial.
A little boy, who has spent the last six years brain dead after being hit by a drunk driver, died Sunday morning.
The boy, now six years old, needs round-the-clock care after he suffered significant brain damage in a suspected drunk-driving car crash.
It’s been more than 3 years since a North Texas family all but lost their son to a drunk driving crash in Arlington and while the suspect’s criminal trial remains on hold, the family is seeking justice in civil court.
Inside the Khader home in Fort Worth balloons and pirates are all over the house. It looks like any other birthday party, but this one is anything but typical.