Man charged with involuntary manslaughter after deadly I-64 crash
The victims of a deadly wrong-way crash on I-64 will be buried today.
Sandie Amaya and her daughter, Sophie Lopez, died in that crash last week.
Neil Lyness faces two counts of involuntary manslaughter and driving while his license was suspended.
State police say Lyness was driving his pickup truck westbound – then crossed the median into the eastbound lane on Wednesday night.
He’s expected in court later this afternoon.
NewsChannel 3′s Jessica Larche is on top of this story.
Look for her full report, starting on NewsChannel 3, First at Four.
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