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Toledo man charged in deadly crash

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 A one car crash leaves a Toledo women dead. Tonight the driver faces some serious charges . Toledo police say the driver should have never been behind the wheel.
    
One victim is in serious condition here at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.  Police say the driver was under the influence and did not have a license

Toledo police charged 31 year old Brian Hackett-Foster with aggravated vehicular homicide and aggravated vehicular assault. Police say Saturday Foster was driving this black car when he lost control, jumped the curb and hit this pole. His back seat passenger Maxine Brumley was killed. His other passenger lisa paul was seriously injured. The accident happened right in front of veto's pizza at main and sixth streets.

"I seen  my GM scream yo what are they doing. Then Oh his car is on fire. I ran up to the front of the store looked out the window and saw the car smacked into the pole smoke coming out of it everyone started crowding around it," said Nick Rafferty a witness.  

According to this court document Brian Hackett- Foster admitted to consuming alcohol and should have never been driving.

"The driver was and is under the suspicion of alcohol or drug use for the accident. I'm sure it was a contributing factor as well as he was not properly licensed," said Sgt. Joe Heffernan of the Toledo Police Department.
 
 Police say the Toledo mans license was suspended.

"He's been stopped for that several times in the past. this is a guy who's had a history of driving drug alcohol violations. "
 
 Another passenger in the car, Lisa Paul survived the accident. She's at local hospital in serious condition. This witness doesn't know Paul but says she's lucky to be alive       

"Everyone started crowding around the car. They were making sure the girls were ok.  They got the ambulances here as fast as they could," said Rafferty.  
 
 Hackett-Foster is locked up in the Lucas County jail. A judge set his bond at $100,000 dollars.  
     

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