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Austintown man sentenced after vehicular homicide verdict

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An Austintown man gets his drivers license suspended for five years after being found guilty of vehicular homicide.

On Friday, the jury found Eric Brady guilty in the January 2009 accident that killed Kim Sullivan.

Brady says he hopes the Sullivan's family will one day forgive him.

"I'm sorry I was used by nature to be in a predicament to cause Kimberly's death. I live with this everyday. Nightmares ... everything and it hurts me because I got to grow up knowing I'm the cause of taking someone's daughter, mother, sister, aunt and cousin. Iheard she was a very wonderful person," Brady said.

Brady was also sentenced to six months in prison but has already served that while awaiting trial.

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