DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - A man charged with homicide in connection with a deadly crash in Bucks County is heading to trial.
A preliminary hearing was held Wednesday for Drew Bodden of Plumstead and all charges were held for court.
Prosecutors say Bodden, 38, was driving his car between 142 and 154 miles per hour when he rear-ended an SUV in Doylestown.
It happened on the Route 611 bypass the night before Thanksgiving last year.
Nine-year-old Holly Huynh, who was riding in the SUV, was killed in the accident. Her grandmother was seriously hurt.
Bodden is charged with third-degree murder, homicide by vehicle and other charges.
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