An assistant fire commissioner faces dangerous driving charges after an October crash that killed two people and injured two others.
Timothy Langevin made a court appearance in Portage la Prairie on Monday. He’s charged with two counts of dangerous operation causing death and dangerous operation causing bodily harm.
Police say Langevin was behind the wheel of a pickup truck belonging to the Office of the Fire Commissioner on Oct. 5 when it rear-ended a car on the Trans-Canada Highway near MacGregor
Four people were in the car, including two men who were taken to hospital and two teenage boys. One teen was pronounced dead at the scene; the other died later in hospital.
Langevin’s next court appearance is scheduled for Jan. 24.
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition December 11, 2013