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Weston man sentenced for fatal DUI crash with tow truck driver

A Weston man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for a drunk driving accident in which he hit and killed a tow truck driver two years ago.  48-year old Dean Robert will have the term suspended after 4 and a half years, plus 5 years probation.  He was also ordered to pay a $10,000  fine to the family of the 58-year old man killed on the Merritt Parkway.  That's the maximum fine under the state's  "Move Over" law and the first time it's been enacted.  Robert's vehicle flipped over during the accident.  Corey Iodice was loading a car onto his flatbed when he was struck by a vehicle going over 80 miles an hour.  His family started a non-profit called "Flagman" to raise awareness about road safety.  The judge said Robert must continue his therapy, take his anti-depressants and volunteer in the community. 

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