LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — Authorities say a driver involved in a crash that killed two passengers and seriously injured two others pleaded no contest to two counts of vehicular manslaughter.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said Friday that Jeanette Romero, 23, also admitted to allegations of great bodily injury in the plea entered late Thursday. She’s expected to be sentenced to two years and eight months in state prison.READ MORE: Food Truck Crashes In Vernon; One Dead
Authorities say Romero’s car careened off the 110 Freeway and into a tree after she celebrated 22-year-old Ana Cuadra’s birthday at a downtown L.A. club with three other friends in November.READ MORE: `Solidarity' Cited In New Deal For 40k Behind-the-Scenes Film & TV Workers
Cuadra and Blanca Belman-Almanza, 23, were killed.
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