Police reported to have determined that neither operator was at fault in two-vehicle collision in June that left one male dead
Tennis star Venus Williams will not face any criminal charges in relation to a lethal industrial accidents she was involved in near her Florida residence in June, the Sun-Sentinel newspaper reported on Wednesday, repeating police.
The driver of a auto that impressed Williams’ SUV in an intersection was also not accused, after Palm Beach Gardens police determined that neither contravened the right-of-way, the newspaper reported. Palm Beach Gardens police and metropolitan clerk did not immediately respond to inquiries.
Police had initially said Williams was to blame for is inadequate to relent the right-of-way.
But by July, Palm Beach Gardens police said video testify had surfaced that presented Williams had entered the intersection lawfully, and that a automobile not to participate in the collision had forced Williams to stop in the intersection. The traffic light changed, and a sedan that impressed Williams’ SUV had a green light.
Jerome Barson, 78, who was a passenger in the sedan, croaked 13 daytimes after the accident on 9 June. His bride, Linda Barson, was driving.
The Barson family has filed a improper demise clothing against Williams. Calls to lawyers for both parties were not immediately returned on Wednesday evening.