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‘Hell On Wheels’: Mackenzie Shirilla Sentenced 15 Years To Life in Prison For Deadly Crash That Killed Boyfriend, Friend In Ohio

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Mackenzie Shirilla, a-19-year-old Ohio teen will face 15 years to life in prison in light of her 2022 ‘ Hell On Wheels” case when she intentionally rampaged her car into a building that killed her boyfriend and a friend of his.

Mackenzie Shirilla

‘Hell On Wheels’: Mackenzie Shirilla Sentenced 15 Years To Life in Prison For Deadly Crash That Killed Boyfriend, Friend In Ohio. (Photo: KDVR-Denver TV)

Mackenzie Shirilla’s ‘Hell On Wheels” Incident Report

According to a report from UPI, Mackenzie Shrilla, through her defense attorney said that Mackenzie Shrilla lost control of the wheels of her Toyota Camry while riding along with her partner Dominic Russo, 20, and his friend Davion Flanagan, 19. The ‘hell on wheels’ horrendous incident happened on Mackenzie Shirilla’s birthday, July 31, 2022, at 5:30 AM, killing both of her passengers.

However, evidence has been presented, showing Mackenzie Shrilla deliberately hitting up a speed of 100mph and eventually crashing her car into an industrial park building in Strongsville. Although Mackenzie Shirilla apologized and empathized with the victims’ bereaved families on Monday, August 21, it didn’t coincide with Mackenzie Shirilla’s previous actions.

Several articles reported that after the deadly incident, Mackenzie Shrilla has gone to look for a modeling job and even went to a concert with her wheelchair. Moreover, Mackenzie Shrilla’s absence of remorse was even more evident as she asked the police if they could just suspend her license for 10 years or something in between.

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Mackenzie Shirilla’s ‘Hell On Wheels’ Charges

Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge Nancy Margaret Russo has given Mackenzie Shirilla’s verdict on Monday, August 21. According to the verdict, Mackenzie Shirilla was found guilty of 12 total counts, including multiple counts of murder, felonious assault, and aggravated vehicular homicide in connection with Russo and Flanagan’s death. Mackenzie Shirilla will only get parole after 15 years, with her driver’s license suspended for life.

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