Man charged in crash that killed four teens allowed to drive again
Four crosses placed at the site of a collision that killed four teenage boys near Grande Prairie in Oct. 2011.
Published Friday, August 31, 2012 3:35PM MDT
The man charged with impaired driving in a crash that killed four Grande Prairie teenagers last year will be allowed to drive again.
Brendan Holubowich is facing a number of charges – including impaired driving causing death - in connection to the fatal crash that happened last fall.
Holubowich’s lawyer told CTV News that a judge lifted the license restrictions on Holubowich because it was the only way he could get to and from work.
In October 2011, four members of the Grande Prairie Warriors High School football team were killed in the collision.
A fifth member was also seriously injured in the crash.
All five teenage boys were between the ages of 15 to 16 years old.
They were driving along Highway 668 near Highway 40 when the vehicle they were in was struck by a pickup truck.
The driver of the pickup truck fled the scene but was later arrested.
Holubowich’s preliminary hearing was held this week.