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LEWISTON , ME. (NEWS CENTER) -- Christopher Boutin of Turner, Wednesday, accepted responsibility for the head-on crash with an ambulance that killed paramedic Allan Parsons, and was sentenced to three years in prison.
The accident happened in July 2007 in Turner. The ambulance driver and a patient in the ambulance were both injured. Parsons was in the back of the ambulance, tending to the patient.
In court Wednesday, Boutin apologized for his actions, but said he remembers nothing of the events leading up to the crash or the accident itself.
Boutin was sentenced to 12 years in prison, but will only have to serve three years, with four years probation to follow.
He also lost his driver's license for ten years.
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