Tyler Meaux, the man arrested in connection to a deadly two vehicle crash that took place February 4, 2018, was sentenced to 48 years on February 25, 2021. officials say , in court Meaux expressed his sorrow for his actions that day.
Meaux was arrested back in February of 2018 for his involvement in the deadly crash that left two teenagers dead. He was booked on multiple charges including vehicular homicide.
State Police say Meaux was traveling south in the northbound lane of U.S. 1-67 when his truck collided head on with a car on Sunday, February 4, 2018.
Alana Duhon and Sydney Colomb were in the car and died due to their injuries.
Both teens were students at North Vermilion High School.