A school bus driver is being charged following a crash in northern New Jersey last week that left two people dead, the Morris County prosecutor's office said Thursday.
Hudy Muldrow, 77, faces two counts of reckless vehicular homicide/death by auto, the prosecutor said in a news release. The investigation into the accident remains open, according to the prosecutor.
The crash happened in northern New Jersey
Student, teacher killed; dozens hurt
The school bus collided with a dump truck May 17 in the county's Mount Olive Township. Morris County is about 50 miles west of New York City.
Muldrow was driving 38 fifth-graders and seven adults from East Brook Middle School in Paramus, New Jersey, for a field trip when the accident happened.
A teacher and a student were killed.
Authorities are investigating the cause. Dozens were hurt, including Muldrow and the driver of the dump truck.
A state official told CNN that the driver had 16 traffic violations and had his license suspended 14 times in the past four decades.
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