BRENTWOOD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man has been sentenced to up to 22 years in prison for causing a fatal crash while driving under the influence of fentanyl.

WMUR-TV reports ( ) 46-year-old Todd Gurley, of Hampstead, was sentenced to 10 ½ to 22 years in prison on Tuesday. Gurley pleaded guilty to several charges including negligent homicide and aggravated DUI.

Police say Gurley hit a westbound car on Route 111 in Salem in 2016. The force of the crash pushed that car into oncoming traffic, striking another car.

Police say 69-year-old Dorothy Bushek, of Atkinson, died at the scene. She was a passenger in the third car.

Gurley has also been ordered to complete a drug and alcohol program. His license will be suspended for at least 10 years.


Information from: WMUR-TV,