Conflicting Statements In GODSMACK Singer's Crash
J.J. Huggins of EagleTribune.com reports that conflicting statements have been made in the chain-reaction car wreck that has led to a lawsuit against rock star Sully Erna of the band GODSMACK.
Lindsay Taylor, 26, and her parents, Elaine and Jeffrey, all of Chelmsford, are suing Erna for the April 11, 2007 three-car crash on the ramp from Interstate 93 south to Route 213 east.
Taylor rode in the back seat of a Toyota Camry driven by Eric Sargent of Haverhill. She suffered a severe traumatic brain injury and was in a coma after the crash, according to the lawsuit and her lawyer.
Read the entire report from EagleTribune.com.
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