OMAHA, NE – A man was sentenced last week for causing a crash that caused two vehicles to slam into an Omaha college campus building, the Omaha World-Herald reported.
44-year-old Anthony Dan of Omaha will serve 15 to 20 years in prison for the road rage incident on the Metropolitan Community College Fort Omaha campus. Under the sentence handed down Wednesday by a Douglas County District Judge, he will have to serve seven and a half years before becoming eligible for parole.
Dan pleaded no contest to first-degree assault in the case that stemmed from an incident on July 27, 2019. He was driving a GMC Yukon on Ellison Avenue behind a car with two women and a man inside when he rammed their vehicle multiple times. The impact sent both Dan’s car and the other vehicle into the college building.
One of the women broke her leg in the crash. and the other suffered fractured vertebrae in her back. Damage to the building was estimated at over $140,000.
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