Texas Woman Charged After Baby Dies During 110 MPH Chase

An Alvarado Texas woman led police on a 25-mile high speed chase ending with a crash, killing her 9-month old daughter. Alvarado police attempted to stop Aimee Riza after a motorist had called the Somervell County Sheriff’s Department to report a reckless driver. When Riza refused to stop, police chased her for 25 miles, at speeds up to 110 mph. She continue the chase even after her tires had been deflated in a police roadblock. Riza finally crashed into a concrete barrier. The baby was expelled from the vehicle and died.

Riza was charged with manslaughter, evading arrest, resisting arrest and reckless driving.


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