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Thread: Senator Ehigie Edobor Uzamere's Immigrant of the day: Carlos Montano

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    Denise Mosier, a 66-year-old nun, was killed in a collision in Prince William County when police said a drunken driver crossed the center line and hit the car she was riding in head-on.

    The three nuns in the car were headed to a retreat at the Saint Benedict Monastery in Bristow about five miles away from the scene of the crash on Bristow Road near Wright Lane at about 8:20 a.m. Sunday.

    Sister Andrea Verchuck said Mosier was a joyful person.

    Sister Denise was a beautiful person, a very spiritual person and a very happy and a very jovial happy person. She loved music and dance and she loved teaching. As a matter of fact she spent several years teaching in Africa, said Sister Andrea Verchuck.

    Police said Carlos Montano, 23, of Bristow, was behind the wheel of the Subaru Outback that hit the nuns. He is an illegal immigrant who was out on bond awaiting a deportation hearing, police said Monday.

    Montano was driving south on Bristow Road when he hit a guardrail and crossed into the path of the nuns Toyota Corolla, which was traveling north, police said.

    Police said Mosier was in the back seat and was not wearing a seatbelt. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Sister Charlotte Lange and Sister Connie Ruth Lupton suffered severe injuries and were hospitalized.

  2. #2
    Guest
    Denise Mosier, a 66-year-old nun, was killed in a collision in Prince William County when police said a drunken driver crossed the center line and hit the car she was riding in head-on.

    The three nuns in the car were headed to a retreat at the Saint Benedict Monastery in Bristow about five miles away from the scene of the crash on Bristow Road near Wright Lane at about 8:20 a.m. Sunday.

    Sister Andrea Verchuck said Mosier was a joyful person.

    Sister Denise was a beautiful person, a very spiritual person and a very happy and a very jovial happy person. She loved music and dance and she loved teaching. As a matter of fact she spent several years teaching in Africa, said Sister Andrea Verchuck.

    Police said Carlos Montano, 23, of Bristow, was behind the wheel of the Subaru Outback that hit the nuns. He is an illegal immigrant who was out on bond awaiting a deportation hearing, police said Monday.

    Montano was driving south on Bristow Road when he hit a guardrail and crossed into the path of the nuns Toyota Corolla, which was traveling north, police said.

    Police said Mosier was in the back seat and was not wearing a seatbelt. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Sister Charlotte Lange and Sister Connie Ruth Lupton suffered severe injuries and were hospitalized.

  3. #3
    Sorry Senator, I posted on this after you.

  4. #4
    Guest
    thought you were sleeping on the job

  5. #5
    I live to serve. Thank you for your assistance.

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