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Gloversville man says he’s sorry for death of friend

Driver going to prison for spectacular crash that killed passenger

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A Gloversville man accepted responsibility and said he was sorry Monday at his sentencing for killing his best friend and injuring his other passenger in a high-speed crash. Justin VanNostrand, 20, pleaded guilty in June to felony counts of manslaughter and reckless endangerment for the accident. Fulton County Court Judge Polly Hoye sentenced him Monday to 21⁄3 to seven years in state prison on each of the charges; he will serve the sentences concurrently. VanNostrand ...


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irene58
September 18, 2012
9:53 a.m.

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Sad all the way around. Ironic that the young woman mentioned racing, when all involved were adamant that was not the case. It begs the question, who was he racing with, and where are those youths.

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