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N.H. wife charged in N.J. crash that killed husband

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Authorities in New Jersey have charged a New Hampshire woman with vehicular homicide in a crash that killed her husband. Officials said Allison Hawks Nasta, 28, of Manchester, N.H., was driving with a suspended license when she lost control of her vehicle on the Black Horse Pike in Pleasantville and struck a utility pole in August 2012. Nasta’s husband, William, 34, died. She and their two young daughters were injured. She was later charged with receiving stolen property after police found jewelry, cameras, and electronics stolen from southern New Jersey homes in the motel room the couple shared.

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