Drunk Driver Blamed for Baby’s Death

Drunk Driver Blamed for Baby’s Death

Drunk Driver Blamed for Baby's Death

Baylee Dion, a seven month old baby, was killed in a car crash this past Tuesday. The accident, which occurred on Route 20 on the Cattaraugus Reservation in New York, was caused by a drunk driver- Danielle Kellogg.

Sources from the Erie County Sheriff’s office stated that Kellogg, who is only 24 years old, is now facing various charges accounting for DWI and Vehicular Manslaughter. She was incriminated on Tuesday evening after being released from the hospital for minor injuries. Officials determined that it could take a little more than a week before Kellogg’s blood alcohol test results are known. It was discovered by the sheriff’s office that this was not the first time that Kellogg had violated the law. Several attorneys told Eyewitness News that “Kellogg plead guilty to Driving While Ability Impaired in Chautauqua County back in November of 2009.” 

As of today, Kellogg remains in jail. Her bail bond was set at $20,000, and she was summoned to appear on court this coming Friday. Steve Boyd, who is the Dion’s family attorney, claimed that the family is “hurting in a really unspeakable way from this horrible tragedy…It’s just devastating to think there are people that would do that…what the hell was she thinking? She was that drunk at 9:00 in the morning?”

If you have been arrested for driving drunk, contact an experienced and skilled New York DWI attorney for legal assistance.

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