Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk announced Tuesday that a 22-year-old man was charged in connection to a fatal crash that happened in September along Route 70.
According to the prosecutor, Gregory Parkhill is accused of going as fast as 90 miles-per-hour on Route 70 eastbound near Kenwood Drive on September 7th when his car struck 73-year-old Chau Tu.
The Camden County Prosecutor says Parkhill was charged with Vehicular Homicide.
Investigators say Tu was crossing the road near his home after finishing a midnight shift at his job.
As of Tuesday, the Camden County Prosecutor says Parkhill was being held at the Camden County Jail on bail.
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