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OAKLAND — A Fremont man agreed to plead no contest to manslaughter in exchange for a four-year prison term in the April 2021 crash that killed a passenger in his car, court records show.

Roshan Pandher, 42, pleaded no contest to gross vehicular manslaughter last month, and is set to be sentenced in July, court records show.

Police said in court records Pandher was drunk when he crashed into a car that was coming off the Interstate 880 offramp near Thornton Avenue on Fremont, killing Amritpal Singh and seriously injuring the other driver.

The crash happened around 2:30 a.m. on April 9, 2021, court records show.

Pandher was originally charged with manslaughter, drunk driving causing injury, and having a blood-alcohol level of more than .08, but the other charges were dropped when he entered his no contest plea. Pandher was also injured in the crash that killed Singh.

According to police, Pandher’s blood alcohol level was .098. An officer at the scene of the crash reported both Pandher and Singh smelled like alcohol.

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Singh was trapped in the car and needed to be extracted, then demanded water and became combative, according to authorities. On the way to the hospital, he became unconscious and died.

Pandher has been in Santa Rita Jail in Dublin since last August, when he was charged. That time will be credited to his prison sentence.

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