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Tragedy and Outrage: Two Lives Cut Short by a Speeding Cop?

By kml     Mar 30, 2007 in Crime
Two young sisters were driving home when they were broadsided by a speeding car. And the identity of the driver who killed them would shock the family and the community … and raise questions of a cover-up.
The two sisters were Christina and Jacqueline Becker. They are the only two children for the parents Maria Caiafa hearted Italian family from Cape May County, N.J. Jacqueline was 17, a senior in high school, and 19-year-old Christina was a junior in college.
There lives ended up on 27 sep 2006.
These two sisters lived with their grand parents. They went to a near by convenience stores to pick milk. It was just half a mile and they drove with a very less speed. when another driver was tearing down the road, traveling at least 60 miles an hour, nearly double the speed limit
Robert Taylor, who was stopped on the other side of the road with his son Michael witnessed what happened next. "I saw a car coming at extreme speed," he said. "And I was just thinking to myself, 'When is he going to slow down?' And he gets 20 yards from the intersection, and he puts his foot to the floor, and he just accelerates." The minivan was hit with such force it was pushed at least 130 feet up the road. The Taylor's car was also destroyed, but somehow they were barely hurt.
These grand parents was not at all informed. They waited for around 3 hours for there grand children.
As there parents and grand parents are going into a hard time. They know that they would not get there children back too. but Maria and her family believe that if Higbee is found guilty, cops might think twice before they speed on civilian roads
This is a very sad incident. The girls look very pretty.
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