NEW YORK - A man arrested in connection with a car crash that killed a pregnant woman, her husband and eventually their infant has arrived back in New York City.
Julio Acevedo was taken to a Brooklyn police precinct Thursday afternoon after waiving extradition in Pennsylvania.
The 44-year-old had surrendered to police in the parking lot of a Bethlehem convenience store Wednesday.
Police in New York say Acevedo left the scene of an accident. He is accused of speeding down a Brooklyn street at 60 mph early Sunday and crashing into a car carrying 21-year-old Nachman and Raizy Glauber.
They died Sunday. Their premature son was delivered by cesarean section and died Monday.
Acevedo's surrender was brokered by a friend.
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