A Pennsylvania man whose face is permanently disfigured from burns he suffered in an alcohol-fueled crash that killed his three passengers in May has turned himself in to authorities after spending months in a medically induced coma.
Police say Terrell Barclay, 28, was driving 80-100 mph down a road when he slammed into parked cars, killing his passengers — Joshua Edwards, 28, Amanda Martin, 26, and Ashlee Mosher, 29. His blood alcohol content was more than twice the legal limit
Barclay, as you can see, suffered burns so severe that he was in a medically induced coma for two months. After that, he left a rehab center before he could be charged in the fatal wreck.
Police searched for him, and he eventually agreed to turn himself in.
According to The Morning Call, Barclay faces a host of serious charges, including homicide by vehicle while under the influence, accidents involving death with a suspended license, drunken driving, illegal possession of a firearm by a felon, and more.
Police also recovered a bag of marijuana at the scene, and Barclay tested positive for THC in a blood test administered after the crash.
Barclay reportedly has a criminal past that includes drug and burglary convictions.
His bail has been set at $250,000.