Case Against Man Facing Impaired Driving Charges In Deaths Of Comp Students Returns To Court In New Year
The case against a Grande Prairie man facing several charges in connection with the crash last month that killed four Composite High School students and injured a fifth returns to court in the New Year.
21-year old Brenden Holubowich faces multiple charges of impaired driving causing death, as well as a charge of impaired driving causing injury.
The lawyer representing Holubowich says he has 12-volumes of disclosure, including cds and dvds, to go over.
Four teens -- Matt Deller, Tanner Hildebrand, Walter Borden-Wilkins and Vince Stover were killed -- and Zack Judd seriously injured -- when their car collided with a pickup on the Correction Line near Highway 40.
The boys were teammates on the school's Warriors football team.
The case returns to court January 9th.
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