State police say a Naples teen is facing a vehicular manslaughter charge after a fatal two car crash in Cohocton, Steuben County.
Owen Kirsch, 19, was charged with first-degree vehicular manslaughter and aggravated DWI after the crash, which left 63-year-old Christina Hagadone dead.
The Cohocton resident was among four individuals inside the vehicle that was struck from behind by the Kirsch car.
Eric Enable, 54, of Wayland, who was operating the lead vehicle, and passengers Michael Hagadone, 46, and Gregory Staley, 38, were transported to various hospitals for injuries sustained in the wreck.
Troopers say the investigation into the wreck remains active.
Original: Driver facing criminal charges after fatal two-car wreck in Steuben County
State police have provided an update on the fatal two-car crash that happened in the town of Cohocton on Wednesday.
According to troopers, both vehicles were traveling north when the lead vehicle slowed to make a left turn. The second northbound vehicle struck the lead vehicle from behind.
Troopers confirmed that a passenger in the lead vehicle died at the scene.
The operator of the second vehicle is facing criminal charges.
Troopers say the investigation remains active.
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