The sister of a teenage girl killed in an alleged DUI crash honored her memory in a very special way.
Family and friends marked the one year anniversary of Kaely Camacho’s death on Saturday.
Kaely Camacho, a young South Florida girl killed in a horrific DUI crash nearly one year ago, will be honored and remembered Friday with a street renaming in front of the school she used to attend.
On the one year anniversary of her sister’s death, Bree Ann Camacho plans to honor her in a special way. This Saturday is prom at her school Palmetto Senior High and she’s running for queen.
Sandor Guillen is charged with DUI manslaughter, but his case may spawn a second investigation into how he came to possess prescription drugs.
The South Florida man awaiting trial for the DUI hit and run crash that killed 13-year-old Kaely Camacho is expected to be released from jail on Tuesday to go back on house arrest, just days after being taken into custody for failing a drug test.
The driver of the vehicle that struck and killed Kaely Camacho was removed from house arrest and taken into custody Friday afternoon.
About 1,000 people gathered in Tropical Park Saturday morning to “walk like M.A.D.D.”
MADD is taking its message on stopping underage drinking before it starts to schools and started Monday with a special assembly at Southwood Middle School.
Friday, July 6 would have been celebrated by the Camacho family as their daughter, Kaely, turned 14. Instead, the family will be meeting Friday at the cemetery that is now Kaely’s resting place after she was killed in a drunk driving accident in April.