The driver who hit and killed an Ohio Department of Transportation worker in May was sentenced earlier this week in a Youngstown court.
Daniel Bondi, 74, pleaded no contest and was found guilty of a vehicular homicide charge, a misdemeanor. Another vehicular homicide charge against Bondi was dropped.
According to court records, Bondi was sentenced to two years of probation and to pay $100 fine and court fees.
His driver’s license was also suspended for two years.
Bondi was driving on Interstate 680 when he swerved into a work zone and hit 53-year-old John Pasko, who was clearing brush on the side of the highway with other ODOT workers.