& # 39; He was completely gone … wasted & # 39 ;: how a high-powered synthetic cannabis driver killed six people, including his six-month-old daughter in a horror crash
- Seven people died in a horror accident – including a baby – in New Zealand
- Jeremy Thompson had a lot of drugs when his car crossed the center line
- The car hit the oncoming vehicle and killed the elderly residents
Six-month-old Shady-Jade Thompson (photo) was killed when the car in which she was floating collided with the center line and collided with an oncoming vehicle
A driver who died in a horrific car accident in which six other people were killed – including his daughter – had taken a flight for synthetic drugs before he ran into the opposite traffic in a drug haze.
Jeremy Thompson smoked synthetic cannabis while waiting in the McDonald's drive-thru moments for the fatal crash on State Highway 3, near Waverley in New Zealand's North Island on June 27, 2018.
His car was turned over the center line and hit the oncoming car.
Ian Porteous, his wife Rosalie Porteous, his sister Ora Keene and friend Brenda Williams were killed.
Mr. Thompson was also killed, along with his six-month-old daughter Shady-Jade Thompson.
His girlfriend Ani Nohinohi was the only survivor of the crash, but suffered horrific injuries, including brain damage.
Nohinohi's eight-year-old daughter, Nivek Madams, was rushed to the hospital in a critical condition, but unfortunately died the next day.
Ian and Rosalie Porteous (both pictured) were killed when a car hovered over the center line
The eight-year-old Nivek Madams (photo) was rushed to the hospital in a critical condition but unfortunately died the next day
A royal investigation into the deaths has shown that Mr. Thompson was disturbed by his use of synthetic drugs, stuff reported.
& # 39; The main reason why the crash occurred was because Jeremy had smoked synthetic cannabis and was a disabled driver. He was unable to drive and the result was the crash, "Tim Scott's body damage said to Whanganui's court this week.
During the judicial investigation, the court was told how Mr. Thompson smoked three cones of synthetic cannabis before he and his partner and the two children got into the vehicle.
They picked up more bags of synthetic cannabis before going to McDonald's.
While ordering from the driveway by an employee, Mr. Thompson noted his words and also noted that Mrs. Nohinohi was packing a pipe with a cannabis-like substance before he lit up.
Mr. Thompson was then seen when he handed over the pipe and smoked before the family drove away.
Emergency crews at the crash site (photo) could save only one resident
Jeremy Thompson (pictured with Ani Nohinohi) had smoked synthetic cannabis on the day of the fatal crash
Jeremy Thompson smoked synthetic cannabis as he made his way through the McDonald's (in focus) just before his car turned across the center line on State Highway 3, near Waverley on North Island in New Zealand
The McDonald & # 39; s executive told a colleague that the couple & # 39; far away & # 39; had appeared.
What is synthetic cannabis?
Synthetic cannabis are designer medicines that are often sprayed on plants and usually smoked.
The drug was banned in New Zealand in 2014 after a whole series of deaths.
Because the carpet was forbidden, lots were made for the black market
As she provided evidence, Mrs. Nohinohi said she did not remember the memory of the run-up to the crash.
& # 39; I think it is quite likely that I fell asleep because I & # 39; was synchronized & # 39;
A witness who was first on the scene revealed that there was silence after the crash.
& # 39; There was no sound after the accident. I heard no screams or voices, it was just silent, it was terrible. & # 39;
Coroner Scott said the crash could have been prevented if action was taken to stop the drugged driver by reporting him to the police.
He has supported calls for random roadside drug tests to be introduced in New Zealand.
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