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Kitchener mother receives suspended sentence in fatal collision outside Stratford

It’s a suspended sentence for a Kitchener mother found guilty in a fatal collision that claimed the lives of two children outside Stratford.
Forty-year-old Mi-Kyung Park-Nadon pleaded not guilty to failure to yield to traffic in the collision that happened last summer when a van hit an SUV at Perth Line 26 at Perth Road 122.
However, on Tuesday,  a judge in a Stratford courtroom found her guilty of the offence and gave her a suspended sentence.
Two vehicles, including the one driven by Park-Nadon, were coming back home carrying three families after a day at the beach in Grand Bend when the collision happened.
The driver’s 2-year-old son was killed in the collision as was a 10-year-old boy from Cambridge.
Five other people were also injured.
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