CHAPEL HILL, NC (WTVD) -- A second Chapel Hill bar allegedly connected to a triple-fatal DWI crash on I-85 has agreed to a deal with regulators on alcohol violations.
A spokesperson with the NC Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission said the bar "He's Not Here" has agreed to the offers in compromise for the three pending violations which include a requirement for at least 21 days of active suspension and possible total penalty of $15,000 for the three cases.
The deal still has to be approved by the ABC Commission.
One of the alleged violations is failing to determine the age of 20-year-old UNC student Chandler Kania before serving him alcohol on July 19, 2015.
A second bar, La Rez, which also served Kania that night, agreed in December to a fine and license suspension.
Prosecutors say Kania was drunk when he drove the wrong way on Interstate 85 in the southbound lanes before hitting a car head-on with his Jeep near Exit 163.
Three people in the other car: Darlene McGee, 46, of Charlotte, her friend Felecia Harris, 49, of Charlotte, and Harris' granddaughter Jahnice Beard, 6, of Brooklyn, New York, were killed.
Another 9-year-old child suffered critical injuries.
Kania is currently out of jail on a $1 million bond. He's facing several charges including three counts of second-degree murder, three counts of felony death by motor vehicle, and one count of felony serious injury by motor vehicle.
Troopers said he was carrying a fake ID that said he was 21.
If convicted on all charges, Kania faces 40 to 50 years in prison.