Greenwich police charge man in connection with 2016 fatal crashPosted: Updated:
Police in Greenwhich say they’ve charged a New Jersey man with manslaughter in connection with a fatal crash last year.
The crash happened on the evening of Nov. 19.
According to police, Jeffrey Bodnar turned himself in Wednesday.
Police say Bodnar drove his tractor-trailer off Exit 3 on I-95 southbound and ran a red light at the end of the off ramp, plowing into a car driven by 38-year-old Christina Vomoca, of Stamford.
Vomoca was a hair stylist who was on her way home from work with a friend.
Her friend survived, but Vomoca died from injuries suffered in the crash.
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