Passengers Speak About Snapchat For Encouraging Teens To Drive At High Speeds
Earlier we brought you a story about a family is suing the social media giant Snapchat for negligence, saying that the app encourages teens to drive and take a picture while going more than 100 miles per hour.
Christal McGee crashed along Tara Boulevard in southern Clayton County. She injured herself, three passengers, and permanently injured the driver of the other car.
Now, passengers speak in an exclusive interview about what it was like to be inside Christal McGee’s car as it hit 100 miles per hour.
“I asked her, ‘Did that keep up with the speed of the car?’ And she said, ‘Yeah.’ She was trying to hit 100 miles an hour and post it on Snapchat,'” – Christal’s friend Heather McCarty