No charges will be filed in the May car crash that killed a University of Miami graduate near campus two days after he received his diploma, authorities said Tuesday.
The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office and traffic homicide investigators from the Coral Gables Police Department have completed their investigation into the May 12 crash that took the life of Dino Ghilotti at Bird Road and San Amaro Drive, police said in a news release.
“The Ghilotti family has been kept abreast of all facets of the investigation into this tragic accident and they concur with the decision to move forward without charges being filed or citations being issued in this case,” police said.
Ghilotti was riding in the backseat of a car that was being driven by his girlfriend, Allie Meyer, according to authorities. It crashed with a car being driven by Rosalina Prado, who said Meyer and Ghilotti’s car came out of nowhere.
"I know that he doesn't want everybody to dwell on the tragedy of it. He would want people to remember him and who he was and who he still is," Meyer said in August.
His family barely knew her at the time, but took her in after the accident.
Ghilotti majored in business and planned on joining his family’s construction business. His parents have established a scholarship fund in his memory at UM.
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