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WHAT THE DUCK: Woman Tries to Save Ducks, Kills Two People, Gets Life In Prison

I saw a similar thing in South Florida a few years ago; a woman braked in heavy traffic to save a dumb duck standing in the middle of the road.  It was a multi-car pile up and the duck just walked off, sat down in the shade on the side of the road and watched the ensuing bloody carnage it had caused.

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A woman who parked her car on a highway to rescue ducklings has been found guilty of causing the deaths of a motorcyclist and his daughter who slammed into her vehicle.

Emma Czornobaj was convicted by a jury on Friday on two counts of criminal negligence causing death, a charge that carries a maximum life sentence, and two counts of dangerous driving causing death, which comes with a maximum of 14 years in jail.

The 25-year-old was charged in the deaths of Andre Roy, 50, and his daughter Jessie, 16.

She wiped away tears when the verdict was delivered to a packed courtroom in Montreal.

Quebec Superior Court Justice Eliane Perreault said the 12-member jury voted unanimously.

Czornobaj was released until her pre-sentence hearing on August 8.

Roy’s motorcycle slammed into Czornobaj’s Honda Civic after the woman stopped in the left lane of Highway 30 in Candiac, Quebec on June 27, 2010. Jessie was sitting on the back of her dad’s Harley-Davidson.

Read more: Daily Mail

 

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