A Brooklyn woman Splitted in two in a Car Crash
Amanda Miner a Brooklyn woman died in a horrific car crash on the
Williamsburg Bridge, prosecutors said.
She was in the back seat of the speeding gray 2013 Infiniti G37 driven
by her allegedly drunk NYPD traffic agent pal when she was thrown from
the car onto the Brooklyn-bound lanes after the vehicle hit a support piller
early Thursday, police said.
26 years Stefan Hoyte, who was off duty, was driving about 50 to 60 mph on
the 35-mph-speed-limit bridge when he lost control of the car at 3:14 a.m,
hitting the support column with such force that the car split intwo, said the
Miner an aspiring social worker who turned 21 on Wednsday, was found by
the police “severed in half lying dead on the roadway,” acccording to a
Manhattan Criminal Court compliant.
Hoyte and his front-seat passenger, a 24-year-old Micheal Camacho identified
by prosecutors survived with minor injuries.
The police said Hoyte appeared intoxicated, with alcohol on his breath, Watery eyes
. Hoyte told the police he had two alcoholic drinks at a bar prior to the rash.
Hoyte was charged with vehicular manslaughter, assault in the second degree and
drunk driving, according to the complaint.