Connecticut Driver Charged With Vehicular Homicide And Driving Under The Influence.

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A Connecticut man has been charged with vehicular homicide and driving under the influence after a car crash killed a New Jersey man. The auto accident occurred Tuesday afternoon on Route 202 northbound in Readington Township in New Jersey. Prosecutors and police in Hunterdon County, New Jersey say a Chevy pickup truck driven by Joe Holmes of Willimantic, Connecticut crashed into the back of a Volkswagen GTI driven by 57 year-old Wilson Sumbana of South Bound Brook, New Jersey. Mr. Sumbana was pronounced dead at the Hunterdon Medical Center. The 57 year-old Holmes, who was uninjured, also is being charged with reckless driving and is being held in custody.

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