dglobalnews.com California Family Hit By Drunk Driver On The Way Home From Disneyland
Published: Sat, May 13, 2017
Global Media | By Cecelia Webb

California Family Hit By Drunk Driver On The Way Home From Disneyland

California Family Hit By Drunk Driver On The Way Home From Disneyland

He was arrested in 2006 on a drunken-driving charge and had his license suspended three separate times.

Banda-Acosta now faces at least seven years in prison and after that he will likely be deported again.

Banda had previously been deported 15 times-the most recent time in January of this year, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

Undocumented and deported 15 times in the past 15 years.

Lennox's family, inclduing his parents who suffered minor injuries in the collision, are cautiously optimistic about his prognosis.

The victims' Honda Accord sustained the heaviest damage on the driver and rear passenger's side, where Lennox Lake was riding in his vehicle seat, relatives told the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Lennox, who was in the back of his vehicle seat, took the brunt of the impact when the truck collided with the unsuspecting family. As of Tuesday night, he had undergone two surgeries at Rady Children's Hospital, Cheryl Lake said.

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Doctors think Lennox will eventually make a full recovery, and Lennox's family has set up a GoFundMe account to help with medical expenses.

His father told CBS8 broadcaster of his son: "Right now he's got a lot of swelling". Lake remarked. "I just really care about bringing him home and making sure he's happy again".

He - and another man arrested in connection with the crash - were both "Mexican nationals in the country illegally", the statement said.

ICE Public Affairs Officer Lauren Mack said the agency is seeking to take Banda into custody if and when he's released by San Diego police.

"There are not enough words to describe the huge impact his actions have had", she told the Union-Tribune. He's expected to be handed over to immigration officials once his criminal case is settled.

The office, which was in implemented by executive order last month, aids victims of crimes committed by illegal aliens.

Constantino Banda-Acosta, 38, is suspected of speeding through a stop sign on Camino de la Plaza at Dairy Mart Road in San Ysidro and plowing his pickup into the side of the Accord. While President Trump has yet to build the border wall or hire more agents, the administration's commitment to enforcing the law has changed the reality along the border.

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