A Maryland driver has been punished, by plea bargain, for striking and killing a 22-year-old Zelienople native during her afternoon jog along a Frederick road a year ago. The victim, Elizabeth DiNunzio, a Seneca Valley graduate, was said to be training for the Pittsburgh Marathon.
The penalty: A $500 fine.
Plus $103 for court costs.
The prosecutor expressed satisfaction that the plea agreement imposed the maximum fine on the defendant.
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