A harsher sentence has been imposed on the man who pleaded guilty in a deadly hit-and-run crash more than three years ago.
Rachel Wong was killed when she was hit by two vehicles while crossing the intersection of Sandstone Drive and Berkshire Boulevard in February 2013.
The crash created outrage in the city, as it’s believed several vehicles went around the 56-year-old as she laid on the ground.
Steven Jonathan Vanasse eventually turned himself in, but not after going to a store to inquire about getting a new windshield, claiming he had hit a deer.
He was eventually sentenced to 90 days in jail, to be served intermittently, and one year probation.
The Crown appealed, and in a split 2-1 decision, the Court of Appeal has handed Vanasse a sentence of nine months in jail.
The second driver who hit Wong has not been found.
WATCH BELOW: Nancy Hixt reports on Steven Vanasse being sentenced in October 2015