(AP) – A Lee’s Summit man has been sentenced to seven years
in prison for a crash that killed two of his friends.
The Kansas City Star reports that 19-year-old Collin J. Carter pleaded guilty
in October to two counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of
second-degree assault for his role in the Feb. 1 crash that killed Nathan Giron
and Courtney Tanner Rardin. Both were 18.
Authorities say Carter was driving 80 to 90 mph in a 45-mph zone when he tried
to pass. Oncoming traffic caused Carter to swerve back into his lane and lose
control of the vehicle. An oncoming vehicle then collided with Carter’s car.
Carter was sentenced to seven years for each count. The sentences will run
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