WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS/AP) — A Maryland man involved in a Delaware collision that killed five members of a New Jersey family has been sentenced to one year of probation. Alvin Hubbard III of Cambridge was sentenced Friday.

He pleaded guilty in June to five misdemeanor counts of operating a motor vehicle causing death and two misdemeanor counts of vehicular assault.

The judge gave the 46-year-old Hubbard the maximum combined sentence of 14 years but suspended the prison time for a year of probation. Prosecutors sought a six-month sentence.

Hubbard was initially charged with five counts of second-degree vehicular homicide, three counts of vehicular assault and other offenses.

Authorities said Hubbard operated his pickup truck in a criminally negligent manner when it crossed the median and was hit by the family’s minivan in July 2018.

The crash killed 61-year-old Audie Trinidad and his four daughters: 20-year-old Kaitlyn, 17-year-old Danna, and 13-year-olds Melissa and Allison. Trinidad’s wife, 53-year-old Mary Rose, survived the crash.

Three others were injured in the accident.

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