Man sentenced to 4 years in connection with 2020 fatal crash

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Court records say that a man has been sentenced to four years in prison in connection with the crash that killed Adam Wakeman in June 2020.

Anthony Hart was driving westbound on McKinley Ave. at Manchester on June 6, 2020 when his vehicle collided with a Nissan attempting to turn left onto Manchester.

The driver of the Nissan and her front passenger were not injured, but the passenger in the rear passenger side seat, Wakeman, was killed.

Hart was not injured in the crash but was charged with causing death when operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and causing serious bodily injury while operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

In May 2022, Hart pleaded guilty to causing death when operating a vehicle with an ACE of .08 or more and causing serious bodily injury when operating a vehicle with an ACE of .08 or more.

Hart was sentenced to eight years on the the first count with four years of the sentence to be suspended and was sentenced to three years on the second count. The two sentences will be served at the same time, and he will also be on probation for two years.

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