- Associated Press - Thursday, October 29, 2015

WOODBURY, N.J. (AP) - A southern New Jersey man who killed a woman after rear-ending a car while driving more than 100 mph has been convicted.

Mohammad Khan, of Cherry Hill, was convicted on Thursday by a Gloucester County jury of vehicular homicide for the crash on Interstate 295 in July 2013.

Police say Khan was driving an estimated 105 to 113 mph when he slammed into a car in which 32-year-old Mary Campbell was the backseat passenger.

Campbell, of Pennsville, died of a broken neck. The speed limit in the area where the crash occurred is 65 mph. The car Campbell was driving around 50 mph.

Khan’s blood alcohol level was .081, slightly above the state legal limit of .08.

Khan will argue for a new trial before he is sentenced Jan. 9, 2016, based on a jury instruction issue.

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