Drunk “Undocumented Person” Crashes Into Trailer, Killing 3 While They Slept


An illegal alien from Mexico by the name of Ismael Huarzo-Jardenez was driving drunk when he missed a turn and drove his car into a trailer, killing a family of three as they were sleeping. Every year, illegal aliens kill an average of 4,200 Americans every year.

The Democrats won’t do anything about it as they are too busy opening every door in the country so that the poorest of the poor can come into the country, many of them living off from taxpayer money.

An illegal alien from Mexico crashed his vehicle into a trailer after missing a turn this past weekend. Three people were killed in the crash while they slept.

Ismael Huazo-Jardinez was deported in 2011 but illegally re-entered the US some time after that.

KCRA reported:

A man suspected of driving drunk and then crashing into a Sutter County trailer, killing three people while they slept, was in the U.S. illegally and is now in custody, Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Tuesday.

“Ismael Huazo-Jardinez is an illegally present Mexican national,” ICE said in a statement. “The U.S. Border Patrol apprehended him in Arizona and granted him voluntary return to Mexico in February 2011. He illegally re-entered at some point thereafter.”

The deadly crash happened Saturday night along Highway 113, between Knights Landing and Yuba City. The California Highway Patrol said Huazo-Jardinez, 33, was driving a Chevrolet Avalanche “at a high rate of speed” on Highway 113 when he failed to slow down for a curve north of Jennings Court just before 10 p.m. His truck left the road and crashed into the trailer that held the sleeping family, the CHP said.

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