A woman named Ting Ye was allegedly driving drunk when she crashed her Porsche at nearly 100 mph in Washington state.
The passenger in the car, Yabao Liu, died at the scene.
Ye survived and fled to China, successfully evading vehicular homicide charges. (Trending: CNN Poll Is Bad News For Biden)
Video footage showed Ye speeding through intersections before the crash.
Investigators found tire marks indicating a high-speed impact with a concrete barrier.
Ye was found in the car smelling of alcohol and was later treated in a hospital before leaving and flying to China.
Footage obtained by @KING5Seattle shows the Porsche crash that killed passenger Yabao Liu, 27. @BvuePD believes driver Ting Ye, 26 fled to China. pic.twitter.com/HZWUmlubVV
— THE LEGEND (@c5891931) November 4, 2023
A warrant has been issued for her arrest, but China has no extradition treaty with the US.
“This means that a person suspected of or convicted of a crime in the U.S., but who made it to China, cannot be apprehended and forced to return to the U.S. to face trial or punishment,” as noted by worldpopulationreview.com.
“Our plea to [Ye] is that she return and realize that there’s a grieving family involved here,” Bellevue police said. “They really need closure on this.… She can bring this matter to a close by returning to the United States.”
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