Deadly Wrong-Way Crash

Lanterns released during Harwood Union High School vigil
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A jury has found a Vermont man guilty of second-degree murder in the deaths of five teenagers after he drove the wrong way on an interstate highway.

A psychiatrist for the defense says a Vermont man facing five murder charges after driving the wrong-way on an interstate and crashing into an oncoming vehicle, killing five teenagers, was legally insane at the time.

A judge has rejected a defense request for a mistrial in the trial of a Vermont man facing five murder charges for causing a crash while driving the wrong-way on Interstate 89 in Williston.

The ex-fiancee of a Vermont man charged with killing five teenagers in a wrong-way crash has testified that he developed mood swings and once threatened to drive her and their daughter into a pond if he didn't get shared custody.

Lanterns released during Harwood Union High School vigil
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During opening statements Monday the defense attorney forĀ  a Vermont man charged with killing five teenagers in a wrong-way crash almost three years ago argued that he was psychotic and delusional at the time and thus legally insane.

The man accused of driving the wrong way and causing an interstate crash in Vermont that killed five teenagers in 2016 is planning an insanity defense.

Harwood Union School
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A doctor says the suspect in a wrong-way crash on an interstate highway that killed five Vermont teenagers is competent to stand trial.