A Slow Death in the Garage

March 2002
Newsweek;3/18/2002, Vol. 139 Issue 11, p39
Reports that Chante J. Mallard admitted to hitting a homeless man with her car and driving home with him impaled on her windshield. Her admission that she did not call for help for the man, Gregory Biggs, who eventually bled to death in her garage; The dumping of Biggs' body in a park; View of the medical examiner that Biggs would have survived if Mallard called for help.


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