Maybe Angelo should be more careful in general.
A woman accused of running down a man in her car after a Red
Sox-Yankees argument in a bar never hit her brakes as she accelerated toward
the small group he was in, a prosecutor said Monday. "She never braked, and she
accelerated at a high speed for about 200 feet. She went directly at this group
of people," prosecutor Susan Morrell said of Ivonne Hernandez, who is charged
with reckless second-degree murder in the death early Friday of Matthew
Authorities won't describe the argument beforehand in
Slade's Food & Spirits, but witnesses said it heated up when Hernandez
identified herself as a New York Yankees fan. Bartender Tanya Moran said the argument spilled outside, and at least one person in a group that included Beaudoin began chanting "Yankees suck!" when they saw a Yankees sticker on Hernandez's car. Hernandez, 43, allegedly gunned her car and struck Beaudoin and his friend Maria Hughes, 21. Hughes had only minor injuries, which Beaudoin's sister Faith said was because her brother shielded his friend.