Casino bus driver, from New York crash that killed 15

The driver at the helm of a tour bus that crashed in a horrific accident last year, killing 15 passengers returning to Chinatown from a casino in Connecticut, was found not guilty of manslaughter A verdict has been reached in a manslaughter case against a casino bus driver charged in a horrific crash last year that killed 15 passengers. Verdict Reached in Fatal Bus Crash Case . By Nate Schweber. Dec. 6, 2012; A Bronx jury announced on Thursday afternoon that it had reached a verdict in the manslaughter trial of a bus driver A Bronx jury cleared bus driver Ophadell Williams of all counts except unlicensed driving in a crash that killed 15 passengers returning to New York’s Chinatown from a Connecticut gambling outing. A casino bus driver at the helm of a New York crash that killed 15 people last year was found not guilty of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide on Friday. Defense Attorney Patrick Bruno The bus had been contracted to bring customers to the tribe’s casino in Durant. “The appellate court was correct in affirming the jury’s verdict in this horrifying crash,” said Frank Branson, an attorney who represents the estate and children of one of the victims. “This jury carefully listened to all of the testimony and deliberated long and hard to reach its decision.” “Casino The bus driver was Loyd Rieve, an employee of bus owner Cardinal Coach Lines Inc. Rieve lost control of the bus on the George Bush Turnpike in Irving. The bus struck the crash attenuators on the right shoulder; crossed several lanes from right to left; and struck the center concrete barrier before rolling over. Hahn and Stanley sustained fatal injuries. Also on the bus was nonparty Sue "Casino

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