Victim’s husband cries out: Don’t text and drive
In the world of today where technology has gone beyond making phone calls with your mobile, people tend to get addicted to their devices as mobile phones now allow you can to literally carry a laptop, television, mp3 player, and even a printer all in one tiny box in your pocket.
But just like other addictions, getting too fond of your mobile phone can be dangerous for you and can put other people’s life in danger. Such is the case of thirty-year-old Andrea Boev who died when a driver crushed her to death, seriously wounding the woman’s 4-year-old daughter because the man was using his cell phone while driving.
Husband of the deceased, Matt from Minnesota, USA, narrated his ordeal, saying the incident couldn’t have happened if people were less busy with their phones while on the wheel, “We have two girls, and we’re going to have more children. We even talked about adopting someday, you know.”
“We broke ground on our dream home probably 10 days before my wife’s accident, It scared me to have Andrea on the road, on the side of this road. I always said, ‘Just be careful,'” a regretful Matt explained. “Five months, there’s still a lot of disbelief that it actually did happen to us, you know. Because we were at the high of our life, you know. Building a new house, life is good. Two healthy girls, and I thank God every day that I have my girls, because it could have been a lot worse.”
Four-year-old Claire whom the woman was riding on the motorcycle with alongside her sister, Mallorie, has since recovered from her crack ribs. The driver of the truck which killed Andrea pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide just last week. In court, the man admitted to using his smartphone to access a banking website when the accident occurred.
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