The driver responsible for a Holland area crash that killed a woman and left her grandson injured was in court Monday, Dec. 18 for sentencing.

Cameron Burrows was suppose to be sentenced last month for the fatal crash, but the court received a letter saying that Burrows had previously been involved in a deadly snowmobile crash. The judge decided to delay is sentencing to look into that snowmobile crash further.

On Monday, Judge Jon Hulsing sentenced Burrows to nine to 40 years in state prison.

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Burrows ran a red light near the corner of Business I-196 and 104th Avenue on Jan. 3. He crashed into Sandra DeBoer, killing her and badly injuring her grandson -- who was in the car with her.

Burrows did not fight the charge against him in the case. According to court records, he's had his license suspended nine times since 2000.

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