Driver’s License Revoked for the Kenyan Man Involved in a Car Crash in Massachusetts that Killed a State Trooper
The driver’s license for David Njuguna was revoked on Thursday by the state of Massachusetts. He has also been served with criminal summons charging him with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failing to stay within marked lanes, according to police.
Njuguna was involved in a car crash in Charlton, MA on Wednesday that resulted in the death of Massachusetts State Trooper Thomas Clardy. According to police, 30-year-old Njuguna, of Webster, MA was driving a Nissan Maxima westbound on Massachusetts Turnpike in Charlton at a high rate of speed, when he swerved across several lanes and slammed into the police cruiser that was stopped by the shoulder. The trooper had pulled over another driver when Njuguna’s car struck him.
Thomas Clardy was rushed by helicopter to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead. Njuguna was also rushed to hospital with serious injuries, where he remained on Thursday.
Investigations remain surrounding the circumstances that led to the accident.