Keshia Nelson was a frequent party-goer in the Caribbean scene in Brooklyn and died because a drunk driver got behind the wheel!
The drunk driver Nyron Isaac, who is allegedly her boyfriend, only made 10 blocks after a party at Kings Palace before he wrapped his wife’s car around a lamp pole.
In a community that parties hard and drinks harder, I hope this is a lesson to 1) Never drink and drive , 2) Never allow your “friend” to drink and drive and 3) Never jump in a car with a drunk driver….CALL A CAB!
Here’s the story from the New York Daily News:
DWI driver Nyron Isaac wrecks wife’s Cadillac, kills mistress, cops say
A drunken driver slammed his Cadillac into a traffic signal, a median and a parked car in Brooklyn early Saturday, killing his girlfriend who was in the backseat, cops said.
Witnesses said when he got out of the car, Isaac was spinning in circles and said he didn’t know who was driving.
Isaac and his 21-year-old female cousin, who was riding in the backseat with Nelson, were taken to Lutheran Medical Center in serious but stable condition, cops said.
He was arrested and charged with manslaughter, vehicular manslaughter, aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle and driving while intoxicated.
Isaac, an unemployed maintenance worker, was supposed to be home watching his 10-year-old son, according to his wife, Tennile Isaac, 29, who has been seeking a divorce.
She had warned him not to drive the Cadillac, which she was transferring ownership of to him, because it was uninsured, she said.
Instead, he went to give his new girlfriend a ride, leaving their boy home alone, she said.
“I was angry,” said Tennile Isaac. “I didn’t even know he was going out.”
Nelson, 32, was the mother of 9-year-old Terrell, who she left in the care of her mother, Joyce Nelson, Friday night.
When Joyce Nelson, 64, awoke yesterday and realized her daughter had not come home, she frantically tried calling and texting her. A short time later cops broke the terrible news.
“This is the worst pain I’ve ever felt,” Joyce Nelson said. “I still feel like she’s going to come home.”