Survivors of Bisard Crash say Justice Served

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) – The father of the man killed in 2010 when Indianapolis police Officer David Bisard drove his patrol car into two stopped motorcycles says justice has been served with the officer's convictions on drunken driving and reckless homicide charges.
Aaron Wells says his son, Eric, is gone forever, but he hopes Bisard “will receive the help that he needs, that he never again hurts or takes another innocent life.”
Mary Mills and her husband, Kurt Weekly, both were badly injured in the crash. She says all they asked for was justice and she feel as if they finally got it Tuesday.
Mills says she just received disability retirement and Weekly struggles with short-term memory. She says it's a different life for them now and things are very difficult for them sometimes.