Syracuse University head basketball coach Jim Boeheim will get to keep his driver's license following a deadly crash this past winter.
Boeheim had to appear in front of a Department of Motor Vehicles panel in June, following the fatal accident he was involved back in February.
Thursday, the DMV reports Boeheim's case is closed and that no action was taken.
The crash on Interstate 690 in Syracuse killed Jorge Jimenez, of Syracuse. Jimenez was outside of a disabled car when he was hit.
Authorities said it was a tragic accident.
Anyone involved in a deadly crash is required to have a hearing with the DMV.
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