Nicole Linton, Nurse Responsible For Fatal Los Angeles Crash That Killed Six, Was Intentionally Driving 130 MPH

New information about the fiery car crash in Los Angeles that killed six people, including a pregnant mother, her one-year-old son, her boyfriend, and injured at least five others, has surfaced. The new details reveal Nicole Linton, the driver responsible, intentionally accelerated her vehicle to 130 mph at the time of the deadly crash.

Recent court documents filed by prosecutors claim that Linton, a traveling nurse from Houston, was “in a conscious state and deliberate in her driving.” Court docs also note that the former nurse, who was driving more than 40 mph faster than the speed authorities originally speculated, “deliberately” stepped on the gas for at least five seconds before barreling into the busy Windsor Hills intersection on Aug. 4.

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