Wildan TMusic (yes, that’s his name) and Adam Rodriguez were both from Revere.
I say “were” because over the weekend Wildan was driving on I-95 in Norwood and when the cops put on their blue lights to pull him over, but instead of doing that he decided to handle things the Revere way.
A man has died and a young man is critically injured after police say the driver refused to stop for them and crashed in Norwood on Saturday. A trooper was attempting to stop a driver for speeding on Route 95 in Sharon just after 2:30 a.m. when the driver refused to stop and fled the scene, state police said. The trooper was given the go-ahead to pursue the vehicle moments before it crashed in the area of Exit 11 in Norwood, according to police. The driver, identified as Wildan Tmusic, 22, of Revere, was rushed to Good Samaritan Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, police said. His passenger, a 20-year-old man from Revere, was taken to Boston Medical Center with life-threatening injuries.
Yea, so they’re dead now. That’ll happen when you decide to drive like a douchebag at 2:30 in the morning while trying to evade the cops. But don’t worry, there’s not one, but two GoFundMe’s, and they’ve raised close to $40K without ever mentioning how they died.
Their brother was in a “car accident and passed away.” No fault of his own. And he was a really thoughtful and caring guy when he wasn’t endangering innocent civilians due to the fact that he didn’t feel like paying for a speeding ticket. Seems like a big loss.
Here’s an idea – the next time a cop pulls you over for speeding, try not outrunning them and you might live. Just sayin.
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