As the first officers drove up, their in-car camera caught Martinez pulling Baca-Vazquez out of the car while flames and smoke filled the air.
Another Aurora man, 29-year-old Devin Johnson, dragged Baca-Vazquez farther away from the car as it continued to burn, the video shows.
Kane County Court records show Baca-Vazquez was charged with two counts of misdemeanor drunken driving and cited for driving too fast for conditions, driving without insurance, improper lane usage and driving without lights on.
Filed Tuesday, the charges indicate his blood alcohol content was .08 or more and it was his first or second offense.
She said, “What makes you think all women are crazy? The man took all of it happily during the relationship, and now that he’s gone, in a sense he’s still holding onto it.
Saturday on the 1600 block of East New York Street in Aurora, according to police.What I mean is that even though any emotionally healthy boyfriend, even starting in high school, will feel a need to invest his time and energy in the relationship and even give over a large part, if not all, of his heart to the girl, she does something even more profound … ” I asked, eager to become the ninja to the sensei.“Every time a woman’s heart breaks, she puts up a kind of wall around it.“Stuff flew up in the air.”The explosion was smaller than he’d expected and came a few minutes after the rescue, when everyone was a safe distance away — probably at least 30 yards, Johnson said.“Pretty much we were all like, ‘it’s gonna explode,’” Johnson said.Martinez said he and his wife had just returned home from a night out to dinner when they heard the crash, which sounded like a bang.