Liberals stubbornly insist on using the term undocumented to refer to aliens in the U.S. illegally. For once the term actually fits. Franco Cambrany Francisco-Eduardo, whose truck veered into oncoming traffic on a Knoxville highway last Saturday, killing the son of Knoxville Fire Department Captain D.J. Corcoran, was indeed undocumented — which is to say he had no driver’s license and proof of financial responsibility, meaning car insurance.
He had no green card, either, judging from the fact that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had a detainer on him, signifying that he is an illegal alien.
According to Knoxville NBC affiliate WBIR, Francisco-Eduardo’s vehicle crossed into the opposing lane around 6:40 p.m. last Saturday, colliding with a Honda Civic, which then struck two more cars. The Honda was driven by 22-year-old Pierce Kennedy Corcoran. He was taken by emergency responders to the University of Tennessee Medical Center along with his girlfriend, 21-year-old Jade Damecia Adams, who was a passenger in his car. Corcoran was pronounced dead on arrival.
Adams was treated for injuries that weren’t life-threatening, and the drivers and passengers in the other vehicles were not injured.
Francisco-Eduardo has been charged with criminally negligent homicide and remains in police custody.
According to the Tennessee Star, this incident marks the second area traffic death caused by an illegal alien in a month’s time. On Oct. 21, an alleged illegal named Edgar Torres-Rangel was drinking before he drove drunk and killed Bedford County resident Keri King. Torres-Rangel went missing after he had received treatment at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.