A Massachusetts woman has been sentenced to six years in prison two years after a drunk driving crash killed one Connecticut resident and critically injured another.
A Massachusetts woman has been sentenced to six years in prison after a high-speed drunk driving crash that killed one Connecticut resident and critically injured another in 2011.
Dina Senibaldi, 28, of Everett, Mass., was sentenced Thursday in New London Superior Court on manslaughter, assault and DUI charges.
The crash happened two years ago in Interstate 395 in Waterford when Senibaldi slammed into an SUV driven by Edmund Davis of New Haven.
Davis was critically injured and his 45-year-old passenger, Lisa Delprete, was killed, the Associated Press reports.
Their SUV rolled several times. Senibaldi's car was traveling at 100 mph, according to the AP.
Senibaldi reportedly apologized Thursday and asked Delprete's family for forgiveness. She pleaded no contest to the charges in June.
Davis needed several surgeries for his injuries.