Andra Spencer Obituary, Death Cause – On a Sunday in the month of September, as Amber Sehrt was driving near Hebron Avenue, she saw a motorcycle speeding down the street and through a roundabout at a rapid pace. She voiced her worries to her daughter, who was 14 years old at the time, telling her, “Oh my God, he is going to injure somebody.”
A few moments later, the biker struck the passenger side of a Vehicle that was beginning to turn left from Hebron Avenue onto a highway ramp, according to the police report that was obtained by Hearst Connecticut Media Group. This data was extracted from the police report that was submitted.
Andra Spencer, who was 15 and from Colchester and was a passenger in the SUV, was one of two people who lost their lives in the collision. The rider was also one of the victims. According to the report that was compiled by the authorities, Glastonbury resident Gordon “Mac” Southby, 18, who investigators claim had a history of riding motorbikes and dirt bikes recklessly throughout the town, was moving at speeds close to 100 miles per hour in the moments before the collision.
This information is based on the fact that the authorities claim Southby had a history of riding motorbikes and dirt bikes recklessly throughout the town. According to the investigation, it was discovered that he had both alcohol and marijuana in his system.
According to the findings of the investigation, Southby would have been facing multiple charges had he survived the accident, including negligent homicide with a motor vehicle, driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, reckless driving, possession of alcohol by a juvenile, and failing to display a marker. If Southby had been alive, he would have been sentenced to life in prison.
H. Veronica Southby, Southby’s mother, has retained the legal services of John O’Brien as her attorney. John O’Brien claims that the family has disagreements with various sections of the accident report, and that they want to hire their own professionals to reconstruct the incident and investigate the toxicology findings.