Wrong-way driver who caused deadly crash in Winona sentenced to 4-year prison term
A driver from Winona has been sentenced to four years in prison for causing a deadly car crash earlier this year.
Adam Anderson was convicted for the February collision that killed Hannah Goman, a Winona State University student from Stevens Point, Wis.
Two other Wisconsin residents in the car with Goman were injured.
Anderson’s vehicle was headed in the wrong direction on Highway 61 in Winona and crashed into the Toyota Camry in which the 20-year-old Goman was riding.
Anderson was sentenced in a Winona courtroom on Wednesday.