Toledo doctor receives suspended sentence for motorcyclist's death

Friends and family of Larry Hilton gathered outside Toledo Municipal Court.

A Toledo doctor received a suspended sentence Thursday after being convicted of vehicular manslaughter.

Dr. Nabil Ebraheim was sentenced to 90 days in jail for causing a crash that killed Larry Hilton last summer.

The judge ordered Ebraheim pay a $750 fine and have his driver's license suspended for one year. His 90-day jail sentence was also suspended.

The Ottawa Hills doctor was on his way to work at the University of Toledo Medical Center on Aug. 30, 2013 when he drove through the intersection of Dorr Street and Richards Road and was struck by Hilton.

A police report indicates Ebraheim was proceeding south on Richards Road, after stopping at a flashing red light, while Hilton rode east on Dorr Street through flashing yellow lights.

Hilton died as a result of the crash.

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Ebraheim will next appear in court on July 3.