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Van driver charged with negligent homicide in October 2015 Bristol fatal crash

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BRISTOL — The driver of a van that crashed into a septic tank truck, causing the death of her passenger, has been charged with negligent homicide.

Police said they charged Kasiana Goodman, 24 of Waterbury, with negligent homicide with a motor vehicle, traveling at an unreasonable speed, and failing to drive left of a parked vehicle in connection with the crash on October 8, 2015 that  critically injured Scott Duell, 68. Duell died the next day.

Goodman was driving a van that struck a septic tank truck that was parked on road. Police said she failed to move over for the truck, and was traveling above the speed limit.

Four people were injured in the crash.

She is scheduled to appear in court on February 1, she was released on $10,000 bond.

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