FONTANA (AP) — Family and friends of a woman killed in a freeway crash are protesting a plea bargain that would give the driver a year in jail.

Ashley Young, 23, is scheduled for sentencing Monday. She pleaded guilty to gross vehicular manslaughter.

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Relatives and friends tell the San Bernardino Sun that they want her to serve at least four years and they want a Fontana judge to reject the plea deal. Calls by the paper to Young’s lawyer weren’t returned.

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Authorities say Young had a previous DUI arrest and was driving with a suspended license when she rear-ended a car on a freeway in Fontana in October 2009.

The other car was pushed across five lanes and into a tree. Leyna Basua of Pomona was badly injured and died nine months later.

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