NEW HAVEN - A convicted felon is facing charges in connection with a deadly car crash in New Haven.
Police say Tyrese Worthy was speeding and high on PCP when he plowed into a gas station canopy on June 20.
Police say Worthy was going 98 miles an hour when he hit an embankment, flew into the air then hit the steel canopy.
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Two passengers died in the crash.
Worthy is charged with manslaughter and is being held on bond.