Man gets 25-year prison sentence for Cincinnati motorcycle accident

May 20, 2008

According to The Cincinnati Enquirer, a man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter, aggravated vehicular homicide, vehicular assault, failing to obey police orders and running from police, after causing a Cincinnati motorcycle accident.

The Cincinnati motorcycle accident occurred when the man, who was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, fled a DUI checkpoint and crashed his Cadillac into another car and then into a motorcycle head-on.

The motorcyclist was instantly killed in the Cincinnati motorcycle accident.

The driver who caused the Cincinnati motorcycle accident fled the scene of the Ohio accident and was later turned into the police by his wife.

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