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Community divided over fate of teen driver in fatal crash

Families of girls killed in crash ask for jail/prison time

7:33 PM, Nov. 3, 2012
The remains of the car the nine Campbellsport girls were riding in sits on a flatbed on Beechnut Drive following the Feb. 4 crash. Three girls were killed in the crash. The driver is scheduled to be sentenced Monday.
The remains of the car the nine Campbellsport girls were riding in sits on a flatbed on Beechnut Drive following the Feb. 4 crash. Three girls were killed in the crash. The driver is scheduled to be sentenced Monday.
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Two very distinct factions have emerged as a judge gets ready to sentence an 19-year-old Campbellsport girl for the Feb. 4 crash that killed three of her friends.

On one side are the families of Katie Lynn Berg, 16, Caitlin Maureen Scannell, 17, and Sabrina Renee Stahl, 15, who have written letters to the judge, asking that Carly Ottery's sentence include incarceration.

On the other are members of the "Save Carly Ottery" campaign - which includes parents of some of the teens injured in the crash. They say Ottery has suffered enough and will spend the rest of her life paying for the tragedy. ...

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