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여자, 30, is charged after ‘speeding away from hit-and-run in Long Islandthat killed two men, 37 과 46, as they fixed radiator on a parked pickup truck

  • Johanna Iovino, 30, 론콘코마 호수, was arraigned on Sunday on two counts of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death
  • Iovino was arrested Saturday after allegedly fleeing the scene of a deadly hit-and-run-crash in Long Island on Wednesday that killed two men
  • Robert Kehlenbeck, 46, of Selden, and Ryan Walker, 37, were working on a 1989 F-150 pickup truck on Express Drive South when they were struck
  • Iovino allegedly fled the scene and was not taken into custody until Saturday
  • Walker was pronounced dead on Wednesday and Kehlenbeck died on Saturday
  • A woman who allegedly sped away from the scene of a deadly hit-and-run-crash in Long Island that killed two men while they were working on a parked pickup truck has been arrested.

    Johanna Iovino, 30, 론콘코마 호수, appeared in court on Sunday where she was arraigned on two counts of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death, according to Suffolk County police.

    Iovino kept her head down as she was led out of the 4th Precinct in Hauppauge with her hands cuffed in front of her.

    She wore flowered leggings and a black shirt that reads ‘Keep calm, I’m essential.

    Johanna Iovino, 30, 론콘코마 호수, is seen walking out of the 4th Precinct in Hauppauge on Sunday when she was arraigned on two counts of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in the deaths of two men who were struck while working on a pickup truck

    Johanna Iovino, 30, 론콘코마 호수, is seen walking out of the 4th Precinct in Hauppauge on Sunday when she was arraigned on two counts of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in the deaths of two men who were struck while working on a pickup truck

    Iovino is pictured in flowered leggings and a black shirt that reads 'Keep calm, I'm essential'

    Iovino is pictured in flowered leggings and a black shirt that reads ‘Keep calm, I’m essential

    Ryan Walker (권리) with his son in an undated photo. Walker was pronounced dead on Wednesday after he was struck by a vehicle while he was working on a pickup in front of his home in Holtsville, Long Island

    Ryan Walker (권리) with his son in an undated photo. Walker was pronounced dead on Wednesday after he was struck by a vehicle while he was working on a pickup in front of his home in Holtsville, Long Island

    The crash happened around 5:30 오후. on Wednesday in Holtsville.

    Robert Kehlenbeck, 46, of Selden, and Ryan Walker, 37, were working on a 1989 F-150 pickup truck parked outside of Walker’s home on Express Drive South in Holtsville, when police say they were struck by a vehicle.

    The vehicle then fled eastbound on Express Drive South. Express Drive South is a two-lane frontage road next to the Long Island Expressway near Ocean Avenue.

    Robert Kehlenbeck, 46, of Selden, and Ryan Walker, 37, were working on a 1989 F-150 pickup truck parked outside of Walker's home on Express Drive South in Holtsville when they were hit

    Robert Kehlenbeck, 46, of Selden, and Ryan Walker, 37, were working on a 1989 F-150 pickup truck parked outside of Walker’s home on Express Drive South in Holtsville when they were hit

    The vehicle that struck the two men then fled eastbound on Express Drive South

    The vehicle that struck the two men then fled eastbound on Express Drive South

    Kehlenbeck and Walker were rushed to Stony Brook University Hospital where Walker was declared dead. Kehlenbeck was pronounced dead Saturday morning, 경찰이 말했다.

    Walker has a 13-year-old son, and lives with his parents, who were too distraught to speak with reporters, NBC4 신고.

    ‘They are shocked, they don’t want to talk to nobody, they just want answers,’ Kim Miller, who was inside the home at the time of the crash, told NBC.

    ‘We saw Robert in front of the truck, we didn’t see Ryan right away. The driver took off, and cops want to find him.