Canada Sask. man gets 10 years for crash that killed 3 Edmonton women

05:26  07 july  2018
05:26  07 july  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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BATTLEFORDS, Sask . - A Saskatchewan man who pleaded guilty to three counts of criminal negligence causing death for a crash that killed three Edmonton women has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.

BATTLEFORDS, Sask . - A Saskatchewan man who pleaded guilty to three counts of criminal negligence causing death for a crash that killed three Edmonton women has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.

a person posing for the camera: Brandon Christopher Stucka, 27, drove a stolen truck in the wrong lane of Highway 16 for three kilometres before crashing into a minivan last September. © RCMP Brandon Christopher Stucka, 27, drove a stolen truck in the wrong lane of Highway 16 for three kilometres before crashing into a minivan last September.

A Saskatchewan man who pleaded guilty to three counts of criminal negligence causing death for a crash that

killed three Edmonton women has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.

A judge at Battleford's Court of Queen's Bench handed down the sentence to Brandon Stucka on Friday.

The sentence also includes a 10-year driving ban.

Court heard that Stucka, who is 27, drove a stolen truck in the wrong lane of Highway 16 for three kilometres before crashing into a minivan last September.

Eva Tumbay, Jeannette Wright and Glorious David died in the collision.

Janet Wright Gaye, who was also in the van, was injured.

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