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Former Cop to Go to Trial for Fatal Crash Charges

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    A former Milford police officer will go to trial to face charges filed in connection with a cruiser crash that killed two teenagers last year.

    Jason Anderson has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter charges and refused a plea deal on Tuesday.

    Police said Anderson was driving 94 miles an hour while returning from a mutual aid call in West Haven and didn't have his emergency lights or siren on when the teens' car turned in front of him on Route 1 in Orange on June 13.

    Two 19-year-olds from Orange, David Servin and Ashlie Krakowski, died in the crash, which was caught on video by a camera in another officer's cruiser.

    Dash-Cam Video Released in Fatal Crash

    [HAR] Dash-Cam Video Released in Fatal Crash
    The dash-cam video from Ofc. Richard Pisano's cruiser shows the fatal accident from July 13, 2009
    (Published Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2009)

    Milford officials fired Anderson in December.