A New York man admits he was driving drunk at the time of a crash that killed his 6-month-old daughter
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — A New York man admits he was driving drunk at the time of a crash that killed his 6-month-old daughter.
Isaac McCrea pleaded guilty Wednesday to vehicular manslaughter and aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Monroe County prosecutors say the 34-year-old father was driving in the town of Webster about 11 p.m. on Halloween when he drove off the road and struck a tree. Karena McCrea was killed and two other children, ages two and five, were injured.
Isaac McCrea is scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 30.
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The plea agreement calls for between two and six years in prison on the vehicular manslaughter charge and up to four years for driving while intoxicated.