COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The daughter of an Ohio man killed in a wrong-way crash says that the attention the case has gotten makes it feel as if her father has died again.
The man's daughter, Angela Canzani, tells WCMH-TV in Columbus that she keeps hearing about the video confession made by the man who caused the accident. She says people seem to forget that someone died.
Canzani told the station Wednesday that losing her father has been hard but she has a good support system.
The man who made the confession, Matthew Cordle, will plead guilty Sept. 18 to a charge of aggravated vehicular homicide in the death of Vincent Canzani.
Cordle's case made headlines after his video was posted online. It's been viewed nearly 2 million times.
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