Driver To Face Manslaughter Charge In Teen Death

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A Rutland man is expected in court on charges of crashing into a parked car and killing a high school student.

Police say 23-year-old Alex Spanos of Rutland was inhaling chemicals before his car went off the road and plowed into the parked car in a Rutland parking lot, pushing it into 17-year-old pedestrian Carly Ferro.

Ferro died in the hospital. Her father, who was in the parked car, was hospitalized with a head injury.

Two other vehicles also were hit and two passengers in Spanos’ car were injured.

Spanos is expected to be arraigned today on manslaughter and other charges.

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