Yet another example of how utterly stupid street racing is. Three dead and two going to prison.
Waco man gets prison over 2006 street racing deaths
The Associated Press
WACO, Texas — A driver must serve 10 years in prison over an October 2006 street racing crash in Waco that killed two women and one's unborn child.
Jason Cory Maddux, 21, of Waco pleaded guilty Monday to racing resulting in death and to manslaughter.
The victims were in the Maddux car — 20-year-olds Amanda Marie Weber of Waco and Julia "Meagon" Campbell Adkins of Riesel, police said. Adkins was about six months pregnant.
Investigators say Maddux was driving a car that went out of control and hit a tree while street racing with his uncle.
Michael Steven Strasser, 45, who was driving a pickup, pleaded guilty in 2007 to racing resulting in death. He must serve 10 years in prison.
Maddux attorney Phil Martinez told the Waco Tribune-Herald that his client has some mental, psychological issues that were taken into consideration.