TAMEKA FOSTER and RYAN GLOVER, faced one of the hardest decisions that could ever be bestowed upon a parent, when they decided to take their 11-year-old son, KILE GLOVER off of life support over the weekend.
KILE was declared brain dead several weeks ago, after being hit by a jet ski driven by family friend, JEFFERY HUBBARD.
While family and friends of KILE GLOVER are mourning the tragic accident that unfortunately claimed KILE’s life, questions regarding whether or not legal action will be taken against HUBBARD has risen.
According to Georgia Wild Life, the 100-foot law “requires boat operators to slow to idle speed when they are within 100 feet of docks, piers, bridges, shorelines or people in the water.”
Because KILE was hit while on an inner tube and HUBBARD was driving a jet-ski, it is clear that HUBBARD was in violation of the 100-foot law.
Despite recent questions of the 100-foot law, there has yet to be any criminal charges filed against HUBBARD.
We send our deepest condolences to the families affected by this terribly sad situation.Related Posts