PORT CLYDE, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Months after New York driver Cheryl Torgerson lost control of her vehicle, struck a half dozen cars, a building, and a family on the ferry wharf in Port Clyde, people in the coastal community are still looking for answers.
Torgerson killed 9-year-old Dylan Gold, and seriously injured his mother, Allison, 51, along with a local man, Jonathan Coggeshall, 61.
District Attorney Geoff Rushlau announced last month there would not be criminal charges in the case, and it left people in the community outraged and confused.
"It just seemed to me that there was this community-wide question," said Rushlau.
So he did something he's never done before: held a town hall meeting to explain the evidence, and reason why he wouldn't pursue charges.
Rushlau explained that investigators could not explain what happened: why Torgerson went from complete stop on the dock, to full throttle.