The Central New York woman that was behind the wheel of a car that struck two others, killing a Dundee woman and injuring five other people in the town of Milo in July of 2014 had her conviction upheld by the state court of appeals last Friday.
Sabrina Livermore was traveling west on Randall Crossing Road when she failed to negotiate a curve in the road, crossed into a grassy area, struck a set of railroad tracks and then hit two cars. A passenger in one of the cars, Roxane Meier, was pronounced dead at the scene. The Rome, New York woman was sentenced in 2016 to 3-9 years in state prison after pleading guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide and DWI. She claimed her plea was not knowing, intelligent and voluntary, which the Rochester court rejected.
The 29 year old is eligible for parole in February.