Prosecutors revealed Monday that a man has been charged in relation to a cr@sh in 2022 that claimed the life of a 5-year-old Worcester girl.
According to the Worcester District Attorney’s Office, a Worcester County Grand Jury on Friday indicted Christopher Remillard, 58, of Auburn on counts of involuntary mansl@ughter, negligent driving of a motor vehicle, and negligent homic*de by motor vehicle.
These accusations relate to Candice Asare-Yeboah’s passing. The district attorney’s spokesperson stated that Remillard was additionally charged with ass@ult and battery with a deadly weapon resulting in serious bodily injury for hurting Candice’s mother.
The tweet below confirms the charges against Christopher Remillard.
An Auburn man was indicted by a grand jury for charges related to the death of 5-year-old Candice Asare-Yeboah in a pedestrian crash in 2022.https://t.co/Fxtldsh9Ae
— ThisWeekinWorcester (@thisweekinWoo) May 15, 2023
Candice and her mother were discovered hurt on the street by officers responding to a complaint of a coll!sion on Strafford Street on April 18, 2022.
A nearby hospital was visited to treat Candace and her mother. Weeks later, Candace succumbed to her wounds.
Candace fought valiantly in the hospital, but there was too much “damage” to repair, according to Candace’s mother Asha Nyarko-Asare at the time.
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Three distinct areas on Asha’s leg were broken.
According to witnesses, Asha was trapped under the car, while Candice was discovered unconscious hundreds of feet away from her mother.
Worcester District Court initially filed charges against Remillard. He will later appear before a judge of the superior court.
Candice’s family members started a GoFundMe campaign to support them.
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