On way to disaster, a life of wrong turns Darriean Hess was the little one in a family broken in many ways, the one her siblings tried to protect. Her last, disastrous choice, was, however, her own, police say. And others paid the price. ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFF A memorial to Pam Wells, a mother of two, marks a Seabrook, N.H., bridge where she and another bicyclist were killed. Darriean Hess is awaiting trial. PAULA WOOD FOR THE GLOBE Police say Darriean Hess drove into the cyclists, who were on an organized ride. Two others were hurt. MICHAEL HURST FOR THE GLOBE/FILE Emergency workers tended to a rider who was hurt when Hess allegedly drove into a group of bicyclists in Seabrook, around 8:30 a.m. Sept. 21. RICH BEAUCHESNE/THE HERALD VIA AP/FILE Hess’s sister, Cassie, and brother Magnus made brief statements after her arraignment. BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFF The childhood of Hess and her siblings in a Seabrook home (pictured) was turbulent. BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFF A memorial to Elise Bouchard sat near a Seabrook bridge earlier this month. The 52-year-old Danvers woman was killed, along with Pam Wells. JOANNE RATHE/GLOBE STAFF Tom Rogers’s wife, Pam Wells (left), was killed when Darriean Hess crashed. What he wishes for Hess is complicated.