Six years in prison for driver who drunk killed 7-year-old girl
Mariela "N" received a six-year prison sentence for causing the death of a 7-year-old girl in the municipality of Juárez, in Nuevo León, last year
The news was confirmed by the affected mother's lawyer, through her social networks.
"WE DID JUSTICE TO NATALY! This year I learned about the case of Nataly, a girl murdered by a drunk woman who, leaving a party, invaded a lane and crashed head-on into a family, killing Nataly, a girl of only 7 years.
"I found out about the matter because my followers tagged me on the "Justice for Nataly" page because there was enormous disagreement about what was happening with the case that seemed to be stuck in bureaucracy and in "strange" circumstances that intended to leave the issue in the background. impunity. Even though there were all these things that should not be, TODAY brought me great satisfaction that the mother got justice for her daughter, since today the accused was sentenced to 6 years in prison and a large amount of reparation for the damage," wrote.
The accused had been under house arrest since last year.
What happened to Nataly Sofía?
In August of last year, the seven-year-old girl died after a road accident in the municipality of Juárez, Nuevo León.
According to her relatives, the person identified as Mariela, 20, was driving drunk and after entering the lane, she hit the car where the girl was traveling, along with her father.
In the accident only little Nataly Sofía lost her life and from that moment on her mother began to live a nightmare as she reported many irregularities in the case.
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More information about Nuevo León on ABC News
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