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Sioux City Man in Jail after Fatal Hit-and-Run

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    June 3, 2014 | 6:35 am

    SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - A 43-year-old man has been given five years in prison for leaving the scene of a fatal collision in Sioux City last year. The Sioux City Journal says Miguel Munoz-Sanchez was sentenced on Monday in Woodbury County District Court.

    Police say Munoz-Sanchez, of Sioux City, on Aug. 30 ran a red light in his pickup and collided with a motorcycle driven by Jeremy Anderson. Anderson was fatally injured, and his passenger suffered broken bones and knocked-out teeth.

    Police could not determine whether the truck struck the motorcycle or the motorcycle struck the pickup.

    At his sentencing on Monday, Munoz-Sanchez said he left the scene because his wife and children were with him and were scared and crying.

    He later returned to the scene.

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