NASSAU COUNTY, Fla. -- A man who investigators say caused a April 2010 crash that killed six people was sentenced Thursday to 60 years in prison.
Pedro Juan Ocasio-Alcazar, 42, was originally convicted of the six counts of vehicular homicide in January.
According to a release from the State Attorney's Office, Ocasio-Alcazar was driving his Chevy Camaro on U.S. 1 at a high rate of speed. He then sideswiped another vehicle, causing it to crash into an oncoming truck.
All six victims in that vehicle, ranging in age from four to 57, were killed.