Posted on Monday, September 10, 2007 at 2:15 pm CDT
Nicole Nason, National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator, considered as the country's top official with regards to highway safety issues, called the attention of prosecutors and judges concerning issue of drunk driving repeat offenders.
Tow-truck driver Gregory McCullough and his passenger, Judith Bailey were burned during the catastrophic explosion of a steam-pipe that blew up a crater in a street along Manhattan district of New York City. McCullough and Bailey filed charges against New York City's utility provider with allegations of misconduct. Both are seeking for unstipulated damages from the Consolidated Edison.