He ran to the lobby entrance, banged on the door and screamed. "I'm going to die", he said, according to Assistant State's Attorney Michelle Cunningham. Officers say she left the auto, which was covered in blood, running in the middle of Lincoln Avenue and fled on foot. The outside of the auto was visibly smeared with blood around a rear door handle.
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Police were able to locate Nelson by following a trail of his blood leading into nearby grass, and Nelson was coherent enough to describe the incident.
Nelson died later at a nearby hospital. He was able to give the police a description of his killer before dying of his wounds.
According to police, Wasni did not make a statement after she was taken into custody. A police report described Wasni striking her victim within minutes of entering his vehicle, striking him repeatedly on the right side of his arm, torso, head and chest.
A 16-year-old girl allegedly killed a 34-year-old Uber driver in the Lincolnwood area of Cook County, Illinois Tuesday.
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The teen walked out of the Walmart without paying for the two weapons and ordered her third and final Uber. Wasni was denied bail Wednesday. She appeared in court Wednesday in a white jail jumpsuit, her blond hair disheveled and her eyes kept mostly to the floor.
It's unclear what prompted the attack. The company spokesman said that a rider's access can be removed if they are found to be underage, and that there is a mechanism as well for drivers to report riders they suspect of being underage.
Wasni took three Ubers the night she murdered Nelson, Cook County prosecutors said at her bond hearing in Skokie on Wednesday afternoon. 'Our deepest sympathies and prayers are with his family and loved ones during this incredibly hard time'.
We've heard of Uber drivers from hell who were found to have robbed or assaulted their passengers.
Nelson's sister, Alexandra, says his death is a loss of intelligence, conversation, nuance and thoughtfulness that he brought to into many lives.
"Her case manager told me she shouldn't have even been allowed to enroll at Taft, and hearing about this, I guess she was right", Grishaber said in a phone interview.