CLOVIS, N.M. (KRQE) – A Clovis High School student involved in a car surfing incident is now facing charges.
In December, sophomore Dakota Revell hopped on the back of a moving vehicle and began “car surfing.” She fell and hit her head.
According to the Eastern New Mexico News District, Attorney Andrea Reeb decided to charge the teen driver with reckless driving resulting in great bodily injury. If the Juvenile Probation Office recommends filing a petition, it will go to court.
Revell’s mom, Veronica, told KRQE News 13 in December that she doesn’t blame anyone for what happened. She just hopes that it can be a lesson about the dangers of car surfing.