On July 17th, 23-year-old Dayna Kempson-Schacht of Griffin, Georgia was killed in a horrific auto accident. Now, a Georgia firefighter is under investigation for allegedly distributing video of the Kempson-Schacht‘s body following the accident; even to some people at a local bar.
For Jeff Kempson, not only was the death of his daughter, Dayna, probably too much to bear, but two months after the crash he received a text message with a video of the aftermath, including footage of his daughter Dayna’s dead body.
It’s 30 seconds of up close images of Kempson-Schacht’s crash, including her dead body.
The audio is two first responders talking about what they see. “Hold that down there. Oh my god.”
“One asked the other to move the flash light on to her body and when he did that, you can graphically see the severe head trauma,” said Kempson. Via My Fox Atlanta
Investigators at the Spalding County Sheriff’s Department believe that a firefighter who responded to the scene of the accident took the footage, which then spread among other firefighters and patrons at a local bar.
Police say that the first responder didn’t break any laws in taking and sharing the Dayna Kempson-Schachtvideo, but they are examining whether policy was violated.
Reports indicate the firefighter was suspended. However, whoever texted the Dayna Kempson-Schacht video to her father should be suspended from life.
The parents of Dayna Kempson-Schacht probably couldn’t care less about what laws are in place for this type of invasion of privacy.
And neither do those on the Internet, with searches of “Dayna Kempson-Schacht Video” currently lighting up search engines.
Stay classy, interwebs.