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Indictments issued in fatal crashes in Dover, Barrington, Rochester
Kristina Sanford-Johnson, 44, of 76 Breton Ave., Sanford, Maine, faces two special felony counts of manslaughter in the Oct. 7, 2013, death of Ralph Iovanna, 62, of South Berwick, Maine.
Police said Iovanna was struck by Johnson’s silver Nissan Rogue.
Sanford-Johnson was seriously injured as well.
If convicted, she faces a maximum sentence of 15 to 30 years on each count.
Xianowei Wang, 40, of 843 Middle St., Portsmouth, was indicted on one count of negligent homicide in connection with an Aug. 14, 2012, crash that caused the death of Karen Fare, 34, of Manchester.
Wang suffered serious injuries as did another woman, Erika Otte, 21, a passenger in the Jeep.
According to the indictment, Shaw was driving his 2002 Ford Ranger west on Route 202 in Barrington at a high rate of speed and while under the influence of liquor or a controlled drug when he lost control and crossed into the eastbound lane, striking a 2007 Ford Edge head on.
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