Attorney: Driver of Lamborghini in fatal crash to face charges
NEW ORLEANS - The attorney for a man who crashed a Lamborghini into a flood wall on Tchoupitoulas Street in New Orleans, killing a passenger in the process, has surrendered himself to police, according to his attorney.
Jason Adams, a real estate broker and investor, will now face a charge of vehicular homicide in connection with the crash that took the life of 23-year-old Kristi Lynn Lirette just before midnight on May 4. Lirette was the passenger in the Lamborghini at the time of the wreck.
New Orleans Police said toxicology reports showed Adams had a blood alcohol content of .11g% at the time of the crash in the 1800 block of Tchoupitoulas Street. The legal limit is .08.
Sources indicated that Adams broke his leg and suffered other injuries in the crash. The attorney for the Lirette family has asserted that Adams was driving in excess of 100 mph just before the wreck happened.
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