Dec. 30 The driver of the Chrysler Seabring, 22 years old, Ramon Nerl Olea, who hit and killed a resettled Bhutanese in Nashville, Tennessee has been charged with vehicular homicide by intoxication, according to the Nashvillecity paper.
It was revealed that Olea was driving northbound on Haywood lane on the Christmas Morning and he suddenly lost the control of his car and happened to hit a southbound Mitsubishi Gallant driven by Moni Kumar Rai at around 8:30 am in the 200 block of the Haywood lane.
Following the crash, Moni and two of his passengers were immediately admitted to the Southern Hills Medical Centre while the fourth passenger, Tika Ram Koirala, a resettled Bhutanese in Nashville and Olea himself were taken to the Vanderhilt University Medical Centre.
Unfortunately, Koirala, a 45 years old resettled Bhutanese who entered United States with his family seven months ago, succumbed to injures after three days of his admission there on Tuesday. Rest of the passengers were released from the hospital after treatment, according to a resettled Bhutanese in Nashville who informed us today over telephone.
Having found Olea of driving under the influence of alcohol, the TBI Crime laboratory has obtained blood sample for alcohol and drug analysis, Nashville based media have reported.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has also placed a federal immigration hold on this convict who is suspected of illegally entering the United States.