- Associated Press - Tuesday, January 12, 2016

MEDINA, Ohio (AP) - A northeastern Ohio man is heading to prison for an October 2014 crash that killed a 21-year-old woman and injured three others.

Noah Silcox received a four-year sentence Monday in Medina County and his license was suspended for life.

The Ohio Highway Patrol said the 21-year-old Seville man tried to pass a vehicle on U.S. Route 42 in Medina when he hit another vehicle head-on and collided with a third vehicle. Tara Green, a passenger in the third vehicle, was killed.

Green’s mother, Teresa Green, suffered a broken back, leg and ribs. Two other men were also injured.

Silcox pleaded guilty on Jan. 4 to charges including aggravated vehicular homicide.

He apologized in court Monday. Records show his license had been suspended due to an April 2014 drug conviction.

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