A Florida woman who allegedly fell of a motorcycle while on a first date, died after being run over multiple times on 1-95 in South Florida.
Jennifer St. Clair, 33, a server in Fort Lauderdale, was found dead on Interstate 95 in Pompano Beach at 3.00am on Friday, after a night out on a first date with Miles McChesney, 34, after meeting on the Tinder dating app.
her family claims she was left for dead after falling off a motorcycle her first date, the family filed a wrongful death lawsuit on Friday against McChesney.
Todd Falzone, the family's attorney, said Friday that McChesney, of Schenectady, N.Y., was visiting a cousin in Fort Lauderdale when he met St. Clair, they rod on a 2001 Harley Davidson Road King motorcycle while they were on their date in Delray Beach, the suit read. The pair met with two other couples and visited a few bars in the area, the suit said. The suit claims that McChesney "drank alcohol to the point where he became impaired."
McChesney, while intoxicated, "carelessly and negligently operated, controlled and/or maintained" the motorcycle so as to cause St. Clair to be "expelled from the motorcycle into oncoming traffic" on Interstate 95.
"After stopping briefly, but rendering no aid or assistance to Jennifer St. Clair, Defendant, Miles McChesney left the scene," the lawsuit said.
'It sounds like my niece was left there,' Jennifer's aunt, Amy Gamer, said. 'She didn't deserve that, by any means.'
Jennifer's sister-in-law created a fundraising campaign on Facebook to help pay her funeral services.
The Florida Highway Patrols are still investigating the incident.