Boy, 14, crashes stolen car. Mom blames car owner for leaving keys in ignition...

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How hateable is this mother...


[h=1]14-year-old driver crashes Jeep on Parkway East[/h][h=2]Crash closes parkway for hours[/h]


Mom defends son after Parkway East joyride crash





CHURCHILL, Pa. - A high-speed chase led to a crash Sunday along Interstate 376 that closed the highway for hours, and the driver is only 14 years old.

State police said the chase began when Penn Hills police saw what they believed was a stolen car. They said the chase had been called off, but the driver still lost control and clipped a car.

Brandon DiGiorgio was driving the car hit by the suspect. He said he saw police lights approaching behind him at Mile Marker 79.5 and thought officers were just trying to pull someone over for speeding until the Jeep Grand Cherokee sideswiped him, hit a guiderail and went airborne.
"I didn't know what was going on. It was crazy," DiGiorgio said.

The driver of the Jeep was thrown about 30 feet from the vehicle and was taken to a hospital. He has not been publicly identified because of his age.

“It was an opportunity that, in a 14-year-old's eyes, was at the perfect time and at the perfect moment,” said the boy’s mother.

She told Channel 4 Action News reporter Amber Nicotra that her son is in a medically-induced coma in critical but stable condition at UPMC Mercy hospital and will require surgery, especially plastic surgery to the left side of his face.

The boy’s mother said she’s not letting her son off the hook, but feels the owner of the vehicle should have been more responsible.

“I'm not downplaying my son's role in taking something that didn't belong to him, but I am saying they actually left their keys in the car and the vehicle could have been taken by anybody,” she said.
She said she also blames the Jeep owner's boyfriend for following her son and calling police.

“He had no right to chase my son, which it could have been a situation. Maybe it could have been just a joyride down the street. Maybe he wanted to go farther than he felt like walking,” she said.

But the owner of the Jeep, Melissa Leon, told Channel 4 Action News she left her keys in her purse, meaning the boy must have gone through her things to find them.

“She’s telling me I’m irresponsible? You didn’t even know where your child was. Where were you?” Leon said. “I worked four jobs while I went to school, approximately 100 hours a week. I had bought my car (with) cash that was mine."
Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Robin Mungo said leaving keys in the car may be irresponsible, but not against the law.
“There is no law that says you cannot keep your keys in your vehicle. Now is that careless? Yes it is, but it is not against the law,” said Mungo.
Police closed the westbound lanes of the Parkway East, which led to a backup that stretched for several miles.
Police said the boy will face charges.


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I hope somebody pulls the plug on her kid and removes her uterus so she can't pollute this planet with another failure like him.
 

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Remind this baby factory that she missed a little thing called grand theft for stealing a vehicle on his "joy ride". Again it costs nothing to procreate and letting just anybody be able to do it should be against the law. I do like the owner of the Jeep firing back though, telling the mother she doesnt even know where he children are.


This is the best line: “It was an opportunity that, in a 14-year-old's eyes, was at the perfect time and at the perfect moment,” said the boy’s mother.

Superb job of telling him right from wrong, but hey it was the perfect time and moment.
 

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She said she also blames the Jeep owner's boyfriend for following her son and calling police.
How dare someone be upset at their property being stolen! He should've waited politely for the car to be returned! What fucking planet is this twat living on?
 

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That kid's mother has what's known as a typical 'ennertude'.
 

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Anyone who uses the word "tooken" needs to be sterilized.
 

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Yeah! I win GTR. Momma don't wanna be seen on camera but
her feets done gives it away. Fucking cunt.
If not those horrible talon feet, the voice was all I needed.

Edited because this is not in bizarro, and therefore jebus.
 

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Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Too bad the li'l criminal didn't hit a bridge abutment.
 

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She told Channel 4 Action News reporter Amber Nicotra that her son is in a medically-induced coma in critical but stable condition at UPMC Mercy hospital and will require surgery, especially plastic surgery to the left side of his face.
Translation... the little savage stole a car, and now he'll steal millions of dollars from the healthcare system in keeping his worthless ass alive and reconstructing his stupid face.
 

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Hey, I'm not fully to blame. I mean, the bank keeps all that money in one place! Of COURSE I'm going to rob it!
 

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So the press have these names. This little criminal shouldn't have his identity kept hidden, or at least that beast of a mother.
 

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Translation... the little savage stole a car, and now he'll steal millions of dollars from the healthcare system in keeping his worthless ass alive and reconstructing his stupid face.
He's stable; ie not on life support..the medically induced coma is probably due to the pain he would be in if he were awake.
Edit:They probably do have a tube in him to secure the airway.
 
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He's stable; ie not on life support..the medically induced coma is probably due to the pain he would be in if he were awake.
Sure the mother is paying for his treatment... and not going to sue the car owner for such irresponsible behavior of leaving the keys in the car.
 

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He's stable; ie not on life support..the medically induced coma is probably due to the pain he would be in if he were awake.
They should've left him in the ditch on the side of the road.
 

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“I'm not downplaying my son's role in taking something that didn't belong to him,
Yeah, you kind of are.

Givesmedats, indeed.
 

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I bet this car was an automatic.

A gear shift is the a great anti-theft device. "Those" kinds don't have dads around to teach how to drive a real vehicle.