Tomas Delgado of Spain has belatedly withdrawn a lawsuit against the family of a 17-year-old cyclist who fatally collided with his Audi A8 in 2004. In that crash, Enaitz Iriondo’s body slammed into the luxury car, causing $20,000 damage. In addition, Delgado had demanded another $9,300 to defray the cost of hiring another luxury car while his Audi was being repaired. He dropped his claim after media reports of it sparked a public outcry.
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