Man involved in deadly 3-vehicle crash found guilty
PRARIEVILLE- A man involved in a three-vehicle crash in Ascension Parish that claimed the life of a Prarieville woman, has been found guilty of vehicular homicide.
In September of 2012, Ashton Claiborne of Gonzales, was traveling behind Carolyn Brouilette and tried to pass her in a no-passing zone. As he tried to pass, Claiborne hit a cement truck head-on, causing the truck to rotate and hit Broulliette's car.
Brouillette died in the crash.
Claiborne, who was not wearing a seat belt, was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries.
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