A woman from Akron will spend at least the next three years in prison for her role in a deadly crash last year.
Prosecutors say 39-year-old Jessica Novak was high on meth and speeding when she hit a car on Main Street in Clarence in January of 2021. 65-year-old Jeanette Helms was killed in the crash.
The crash also involved two other vehicles, drivers of those cars suffered minor injuries. Novak was given an indetermined sentence of 3 to 9 years in prison on Friday for manslaughter.
She pleaded guilty to a second degree manslaughter charge in February. It was the highest sustainable charge against her.
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