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UPDATE: Man sentenced for 2012 crash that killed 6-year-old girl

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UPDATE: Man sentenced for 2012 crash that killed 6-year-old girl

By Jacob Weston. CREATED Aug 20, 2014

A Wichita man has been sentenced for the June 26, 2012 crash that killed a 6-year-old girl.

Raudel Sandoval Jr. will serve two years in prison after he was sentenced for the crash that kille Feodora Two-Hatchett.  He pleaded guilty earlier this year to involuntary manslaughter.

Two-Hatchett was in a car seat, riding in the back seat of her mother's car when it was struck from behind by a car driven by Sandoval.  She was pronounced dead at the scene.

At the hospital, Sandoval admitted to investigators that he was driving between 65 to 75 miles per hour in a 35 mile per-hour zone, when he slammed into the back of the car.

Sandoval said that he had just left a car wash and was trying to dry off his car by speeding. 


A man has pleaded guilty in connection to the 2012 crash that killed 6-year-old Feodora Two-Hatchett.

District Attorney Marc Bennett's office says Raudel Sandoval Jr. pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of involuntary manslaughter.  The accident happened on June 26 of 2012.

Two-Hatchett was in a car seat, riding in the back seat of her mother's car when it was struck from behind by a car driven by Sandoval.  She was pronounced dead at the scene.

At the hospital, Sandoval admitted to investigators that he was driving between 65 to 75 miles per hour in a 35 mile per-hour zone, when he slammed into the back of the car.

Sandoval said that he had just left a car wash and was trying to dry off his car by speeding.  Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 17.