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Yakima man convicted in fatal car crash | Yakima car crash attorney

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2/14/2009
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22-year-old Blake Edward Young was convicted of second-degree murder by a jury in Yakima for a crash on October 22, 2006 that killed Edgar F. Trevino-Mendoza, 19, and Guillermo "Bobby" Aguilar, when they were broadsided by Young who was fleeing from police in a stolen car.

Young faces 32 to 49 years in prison.   The Guillermo "Bobby" Aguilar and Edgar F. Trevino-Mendoza Public Safety Act which was passed by the legislature last year following this crash requires that a driver convicted of endangering others while fleeing from authorities be sentenced to an extra year and a day behind bars.


The Andrew Kim Law Firm represents those innocent parties that have been seriously injured or killed in a car crash as a result of the negligent or wrongful acts of another driver.  We are available for a free consultation at 1-800-636-3676.



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