Carmen Hechevarría, an Uber driver in Miami, was fined $250 for not being able to speak English at Miami International Airport. She’s shown here during an interview with Telemundo 51.
Carmen Hechevarría, an Uber driver in Miami, was fined $250 for not being able to speak English at Miami International Airport. She’s shown here during an interview with Telemundo 51. Alvarez, Johanna - Miami Telemundo 51
Carmen Hechevarría, an Uber driver in Miami, was fined $250 for not being able to speak English at Miami International Airport. She’s shown here during an interview with Telemundo 51. Alvarez, Johanna - Miami Telemundo 51

Miami Uber driver fined $250 for not being able to speak English

June 19, 2017 05:38 PM

UPDATED June 20, 2017 08:49 AM

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