OMAHA, Neb. — An Omaha woman accused of angrily chasing a motorcyclist before the bike crashed into another, killing three people, has been sentenced to a year of probation.

Radio station KFAB reports that 57-year-old Rhonda Boisseau also had her driver’s license revoked for 30 days at Thursday’s sentencing. She was also ordered to take anger management and empathy classes.

Police say Boisseau chased the motorcycle in a road rage incident last June after confronting a group of bikers in a parking lot. Police say the motorcycle driver, 24-year-old Andrew Torrice, ran a red light in an effort to flee Boisseau, crashing into another motorcycle. The crash killed Torrice, 34-year-old Adam Kammann and his passenger, 37-year-old Christine Zadina.

Information from: KFAB-AM,