CLEVELAND - The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority bus driver who hit and killed a pedestrian in Public Square as she legally crossed an intersection in December of last year was sentenced Monday to one year of probation, 20 hours per month of community service for a year and a one-year driver's license suspension.
An investigation found that the crash was preventable.
"The investigation confirmed that, while Ms. Peterkin did slow down when proceeding north on East Roadway, she failed to come to a complete stop prior to making the left turn onto Rockwell," RTA authorities said earlier this year.
At the sentencing hearing Monday, Peterkin apologized to the victim's family.
In addition to probation and community service, she was give a suspended six-month jail sentence.