$250,000 bond set for woman charged in death of construction worker

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – A woman charged with hitting and killing a construction worker and injuring another was in court Friday.

Sabra Tolliver, 31, entered a not guilty plea last week on multiple charges for a deadly accident that happened October 9.

Police say on that day around 11:30 p.m., Tolliver hit 61-year-old TraffTech Inc. employee Rafael Solis and another construction worker on I-71 near Snow Road.

Solis died at the scene. Brandon Hruska was hospitalized.

Police say Tolliver did not stop.

According to a police report, she drove to a Chipotle in Middleburg Heights, where she was eventually arrested.

Tolliver faces multiple felony charges, including aggravated vehicular homicide and aggravated vehicular assault.

Friday her bond was set at $250,000.

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