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The trial for a 26-year-old man accused of trying to hide from authorities after he crashed into a car that killed an area social worker began Tuesday.
Jury selection began early Tuesday in the trial of Eric Brady, of Youngstown, who is facing aggravated vehicular homicide charges for the fatal crash that killed Kim Sullivan in 2009.
Sullivan died following the crash on South Meridian Road near the Landmark Restaurant in January 2009.
Sullivan was a well-known domestic violence victims advocate for Sojourner House.