Just last week, we wondered how lucky a driver could get after we watched a tractor trailer get airborne and burst into flames after being run off the road, but one newspaper delivery driver in Boston had luck on his side, too. Early Monday morning, 25-year-old Vevencia Bellgarde was allegedly drunk driving when her Cadillac swerved into another lane forcing a Boston Globe delivery truck off the road. The whole incident was caught on video by a traffic camera. The mangled mess you see above is the aftermath of the crash after the truck plummeted at least two stories off of Interstate 93 onto another road below.

According to WHDH Boston, Bellgarde originally told police she wasn't driving, but later admitted to being behind the wheel during the crash. The report also says that she has had her license suspended nine times in the past. The unidentified, 35-year-old truck driver is said to still be in the hospital in fair condition. Scroll down for the full video news report, which is from Monday. As of this writing there's been no update as to what punishment Bellgarde may face.


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      bc3091
      • 1 Year Ago
      It should be 3 suspensions and then no more license for you. For Life.
      lasertekk
      • 1 Year Ago
      25 years old and nine prior drunk driving (?) convictions? Nice knowing you.
      Dan
      • 1 Year Ago
      If this woman is every allowed to drive again our system is broken.
        CromwellD
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Dan
        Somehow, I feel like she will drive again... Whether she has a license or not...
      4gasem
      • 1 Year Ago
      10th time? COME-ON!!! Take her license away judge! This woman doesn't deserve the privilege of driving. That could have been my 3 year old playing in the street or me crossing the street to get my mail. WTH? Suspended?
      ANDREW
      • 1 Year Ago
      kill her with fire
      LOLO
      • 1 Year Ago
      IDIOT!
      Brodz
      • 1 Year Ago
      "Breaking News" has been now been taken to the next level.
      zumbakat
      • 1 Year Ago
      Aside from the obvious DUI, doesn't this state call it a felony drunk driving when an accident and injury is involved? She not only should have her license gone forEVER, she should have charges pressed against her for a felony drunk driving and causing bodily harm! sheesh...here we are facing a felony criminal charge for shouting so called criminal threats with intent to terrorize in California when someone was in a drunken rage...but this woman what is she going to get? The felony I speak of had a $50k bail set and can be tried as a misdemeanor OR felony. Since the threats were directed at a deputy district attorney, they are slamming the person since he's not Mel Gibson, or this lady or one of the many other drunken raging folks who had enough money so they didn't have to spend one DAY in jail...doesn't look like this woman was arrested either. Nice justice system, eh?
      SquareFour
      • 1 Year Ago
      And once again, comments are being deleted for no good reason.
      Dave
      • 1 Year Ago
      Yes, only in America! Lets not take the repeat offenders off the road, lets lower the BA levels down to a point where a 200lb man can only have 6oz of beer in a 3 hr period so we can pull him over and cost him $10k, get him fired and put him in jail. But, once you get 5-15 arrests you can keep on going. Oh, and was it about five years ago that the FBI investigated NJ police depts. and found state wide nearly 1000 patrolmen working, driving with suspended driver licenses (75% due to dui's), yes leading by example just like politicians.
      telm12345
      • 1 Year Ago
      It doesn't seem like real auto blogging if you're just reporting on accidents...
        KC
        • 1 Year Ago
        @telm12345
        These are events that could lead to change in regulations/laws not necessarily the trailer accident but this one in particular, the driver who caused the accident had 9 previous suspensions to her driver's licence and she is only 25. A far question would be, how is still still driving, convicted felons aren't allowed to carry weapons, how is this not similar.
      Diz
      • 1 Year Ago
      "Former Haitian resident". "Found with 4 EBT cards registered to others" "Screamed at police - You are suckers for paying for food" "10 convictions and suspensions previously"
        davido
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Diz
        And she is of course the only person ever involved in a drunk driving incident. So your conclusion must be; get rid of Haitians and end drunken driving. Right? Or is it just Haitian women?
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