Tyrese Worthy charged in fatal New Haven crash

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

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.

Two passengers died in the crash.

Worthy is charged with manslaughter and is being held on bond.

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