Maine man gets 8-year sentence in fatal drunken driving crash
A Maine man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for driving his car into a state Department of Transportation worker in a construction zone in Framingham in September 2010. Jeremy Gardner of Bridgton was sentenced today in Woburn Superior Court after pleading guilty to motor vehicle homicide in the death of Gregory Vilidnitsky, 57. Gardner was drunk when he smashed into Vilidnitsky. Gardner allegedly kept driving after hitting him but smashed into an oil truck.