Trucking company to pay $18.75 million for role in Stamford woman's death

A trucking company has reached a settlement with the family of a Stamford woman killed in a 2016 crash.

News 12 Staff

Aug 3, 2019, 2:30 PM

Updated 1,757 days ago

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Trucking company to pay $18.75 million for role in Stamford woman's death
A trucking company has reached a settlement with the family of a Stamford woman killed in a 2016 crash.
The driver of a semi-tractor trailer, Jeffrey Bodnar, is accused of running a red light and slamming into 38-year-old Cristina Vomoca's car. Vomoca was killed.
The trucking company agreed to pay $18.75 million for the driver's role in Vomoca's death.
Bodnar is currently facing charges of manslaughter and first-degree assault.
Editor's Note: An earlier version of this story misidentified the trucking company that employed Jeffrey Bodnar as Transervice Lease Corp.  He was employed by Food Haulers Inc. 
 
 


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