NYPD sergeant indicted in fiery crash that killed fellow officer

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CITY ISLAND -

An NYPD sergeant has been indicted in a crash that killed a fellow officer.

Sgt. Randolph Price,33, has been indicted in a Feb. 2017 incident involving a fatal accident.

He is accused of driving under the influence prior to losing control of his Dodge Charger on City Island Road.

The crash killed passenger and fellow corrections officer, Bianca Bennett.

Bennett died at the scene, while Randolph was rescued from the fiery crash by responding offers and transported to the hospital with serious leg injuries.  

Price is facing vehicular manslaughter charges.

The Bronx District Attorney’s Office says Price's blood alcohol level was well over the legal limit. 

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