Nurse charged with murders in Los Angeles accident kills pregnant woman, five others. So far she has had 13 car accidents, but is still allowed to drive and work in hospitals.
When Nicole Lorraine Linton, 37, was indicted Monday, prosecutors in court revealed she was involved in 13 of her car accidents in the past.
Another driver rear-ended Linton's car in two of her incidents in Texas, in 2013 and her 2016, according to records obtained by the Daily Mail. .
Linton's attorney, Halim Danidina, said he had "serious mental health issues" that could be linked to Thursday's fatal accident in California.
Authorities say that Linton was killed in an accident that killed pregnant Ashley Ryan, 23, her 11-month-old son Alonzo Luciano Quintero, and her unborn father. He said he found no evidence that he was driving under the influence of drugs. Reynold Lester, 24, , 3 others.
Linton allegedly drove through a red light at about 90 mph at a busy intersection and was hit by a car.
It is not clear why Linton was allowed to work in medicine, especially in intensive care, despite her apparent mental health problems. Worked in her AMN her health care at Permanente Hospital.
On Monday, Linton sobbed upon hearing her accusation.
She is being held at the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynnwood on her $9 million bail because a judge has ruled that she is a flight risk because she is a mobile nurse.
Linton moved to Laredo from the Washington, D.C. area in 2013 and to Houston in 2014, records show.
If convicted on all charges, Linton could face up to 90 years in prison.
Linton's attorneys asked for her arraignment to be postponed to her October.
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