Connequenessing, Pa. - A man is now facing charges in a deadly crash in Connequenessing earlier this week.
Channel 11's Amy Marcinkiewicz reported that police charged Justin Enslen with homicide by vehicle Friday.
Marcinkiewicz learned that Enslen was on his way home from a methadone clinic in Cranberry when police said he hit driver Mark Bishop head-on.
Police said Bishop was on Route 68 with his sister when the accident happened. Bishop died and his sister was hurt.
Marcinkiewicz reported that Bishop worked for Toys for Tots and was a hospital volunteer.
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