WLNI-MLEXINGTON, Va. (AP) _ A former Washington and Lee University student has been sentenced to three years in prison in a fatal crash. Nicholas Hansel was sentenced in Rockbridge County Circuit Court after pleading guilty Thursday to aggravated involuntary manslaughter, drunken driving and DUI maiming. Hansel’s trial was scheduled to begin next week. State police have said Hansel was driving a sport utility vehicle carrying 10 other Washington and Lee students when the vehicle overturned in December 2013. One student was killed and several others were injured.