30 Years Of Imprisonment For Survivor Of Wrong-Way California Crash
Olivia Culbreath, the sole survivor of a collision that killed six people, has been sentenced to the maximum prison term for six counts of second-degree murder.
The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro of Culbreath was heading east in the westbound lanes of the 60 Freeway near Los Angeles before it plowed head-on into an SUV on February 9, 2014. Her sister was among the dead.
In May, the survivor entered a no-contest plea and she was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment on December 5. This was after it was revealed that Culbreath, who was 21 at the time of the crash, was near twice the alcohol limit as she piloted the car the wrong way.
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