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5/16/2017 9:20:20 PM

A Brampton teen has been sentenced to 18 months less time already served for last July's crash on Highway 10 that killed a 12-year-old girl.

The 15-year-old boy, who was 14 at the time of the crash and cannot been named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, was handed his sentence in an Orangeville courtroom Tuesday (May 16).

He has already served 295 days in a youth detention centre and will remain in custody for 168 days and finish the remaining 84 days under outside supervision.

During the early morning hours of July 25, the speeding mini van the teen was driving lost control and hit a hydro pole before crashing into a brick gate at Teen Ranch.

His 12-year-old female passenger was pronounced dead at the scene.

The girl's father was at Tuesday's sentencing...

    Earlier this year, the teen boy pleaded guilty to charges of criminal negligence causing death, possession of stolen property and failing to comply with an undertaking.

Once released, the teen will be on a two-year probation, have to serve 100 community hours and be banned from driving for six years.

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