Woman gets 1-2 years on house arrest in fatal crash



EASTON, Pa. (AP) — A New Jersey woman has been sentenced to about one to two years on house arrest in a crash on Interstate 78 in eastern Pennsylvania that killed her two grandchildren. Fifty-eight-year-old Nadine Walton of Newark pleaded no contest to felony involuntary manslaughter counts Monday in the September 2016 crash in Lower Saucon Township that killed 5-year-old Ravon Robinson and 2-year-old Brielle Robinson. Prosecutors said she was either under the influence of marijuana or was tired and fell asleep at the time of the crash. Her attorney said she has “no real recollection" of the crash, which left her with a brain injury, a fractured spine and broken ribs.

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