Originally Posted by MattTheMudder
but he did still make the law suite,
here are some interesting facts about the dropped case though
A traffic report said Delgado was traveling 113 km per hour (70 mph) in an area where the speed limit is 90 km (55 mph). An independent expert hired by Trinidad's family said Delgado was going 173 km per hour (107 mph).
Outside the courthouse, the boy's father -- Antonio Iriondo -- told CNN he was content with the decision. Yet he also said his family will explore the possibility of criminal charges against the man.
"This is just the beginning," the father said.
After the collision, Delgado's insurance company paid the family €33,000 ($48,500).
Two years after the wreck, Delgado sued the family for damages to his car and for car rental costs.