LOUISVILLE, KY.– Maynor Gonzalez-Munoz, the man who was charged in a DUI crash that killed a woman finally pleaded guilty. Gonzalez-Munoz was charged in a head-on crash which took place on Hurstbourne Parkway last April that killed 23-year-old Ashley Martinez.
The head-on crash took place last April where 23 years-old Ashley Martinez died on Hurstbourne Parkway.
Munoz was given a sentenced of 18 years for: manslaughter, possession of cocaine, DUI, and other charges. He will soon be serving his sentence, according to authorities.
Another development on the same day in Louisville Ky. was setting up a memorial fund to help the family of a Rescue Rangers employee who was killed in a crash in Louisville on Wednesday.
The memorial was in honor of 31-year-old Kenneth Goldsmith who worked for Rescue Rangers, a contractor for Triple A.
Police recalled that Goldsmith was driving his car, lost control, crashed into the cable barrier, reverted into traffic and collided with a small black truck. He died on the scene.
According to the police, the family of the deceased admitted that there was no insurance which left no security for his wife and three children, ages 13, 10 and 2. His employer told reported that the “Kenny Goldsmith Memorial Fund” has been set up at all Stock Yards Bank & Trust locations in Louisville.
Visitation for the remains of Goldsmith will be held from 2-8 p.m. on Friday at Evergreen Funeral Home. His service will be held Saturday at noon. All his relatives and friends are extending condolences and support for the family he left behind.
Accident victims have rights. You may be eligible for compensation for your injuries, wage loss and medical bills. Contact an experienced Kentucky car accident lawyer now for a free consultation.
Source: WDRB News
Source: WDRB News