MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — After learning Amy Senser was found guilty of two felony counts on Thursday in the hit-and-run case that resulted in the death of Anousone Phanthavong, the Phanthavong family spoke out.READ MORE: Man Hospitalized After Hit-And-Run In Brooklyn Park
“It’s been a long journey and we’re glad it’s over,” said one family member.READ MORE: Aromatherapy Spray Linked To Deadly Tropical Disease; 1 Minnesotan Among Those Sickened In U.S.
Jim Ballentine, an attorney representing the Phanthavong family, said the jury worked extremely hard.
“All that (the Phanthavong family) wanted in this criminal proceeding was for justice to be served,” he said. “And they’re thankful that it was accomplished in the jury’s verdict.”MORE NEWS: Child Hurt In St. Paul Shooting; Investigation Underway
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