Charges were filed Wednesday in connection to a deadly car crash that killed a mother and her daughter last month in Merchantville.
According to Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk, 31-year-old Keith Johnson was charged in connection to the accident. Johnson, according to investigators, faces two counts of Death by Auto and one count of Aggravated Assault.
Investigators say the car Johnson was driving was going 25 miles-per-hour over the speed limit when it collided head-on with the car Anada Medina and her daughter, Stephanie Garcia, were in on January 31.
Police say Medina and Garcia were killed in the crash. A passenger who was in Johnson's car is still in the hospital, police said.
Johnson is still being treated for his injuries at Cooper Hospital, but is expected to be taken to the Camden County Jail when he is released.
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There may be some showers around tonight as we stay mostly cloudy and humid. Clouds hang on Saturday with some early rain but it'll turn much cooler and less humid throughout the day. High temperatures will only be in the low to mid 70s.
The sun returns for the second half of the weekend with a breezy and nice Sunday. Temperatures slowly warm next week as we enjoy days of sunshine and pleasant late summer weather.
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