Man pleads not guilty in deadly I-480 hit-skip

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The man accused of hitting two women, killing one, on the side of the highway pleaded not guilty to his charges in court Monday.

He was also issued $350,000 bond.

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The women were changing a tire on Interstate 480 westbound near State Road late Saturday night when it happened.

Tanisha Matthews, 27, was killed. Asiah Matthews, 23, was in critical condition.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol says Clark Justen, 48, of Brunswick, initially did not stop and may have been under the influence of drugs. Justen was found a short time later at the Ridge Road exit.

Justen faces charges of aggravated vehicular homicide, aggravated vehicular assault, improper handling of a firearm and heroin possession.

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