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WALNUT CREEK, Calf., Sept. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- A Walnut Creek woman has settled a personal injury lawsuit for $24 million for injuries she suffered in a highway collision on Cinco De Mayo that involved an impaired driver and a Good Samaritan-turned-vigilante.
The plaintiff, 27-year-old Rebecca Forkey, suffered a spinal cord injury in a rollover accident, triggered by an Acura of Concord employee, who was attempting to track an impaired driver. The accident happened on May 5, 2013 on I-680 in Walnut Creek. The Acura driver was followinghe Acura driver pulled his car between the impaired driver and Forkey. The impaired driver then swerved into the Acura driver's lane, and he swerved into Forkey's lane causing her to lose control, veer up an embankment and flip several times. She is now paralyzed.  
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