A Binghamton woman has been sentenced to three to nine years in prison for a town of Fenton crash that resulted in the deaths of three people.

Jaclyn Wesley was sentenced Wednesday morning in Broome County Court by Judge Joseph Cawley.

Wesley had been convicted of vehicular manslaughter in September in a non-jury trial. She also had been found guilty of driving while intoxicated and driving with a blood alcohol content above .08 percent.

Wesley was the driver of a sport utility vehicle that went off Interstate 88 in the town of Fenton and plunged into the Chenango River in May 2011.

Wesley survived the crash but three passengers did not. 25-year-old Robert Marshall, 39-year-old Carri Michalski and 45-year-old Robert Moorehead III died.

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Robert Marshall, Carri Michalski and Robert Moorehead III died.Read More: Wesley Guilty Of Vehicular Manslaughter | http://wnbf.com/wesley-guilty-of-vehicular-manslaughter/?trackback=tsmclip

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