The driver of a bus that struck and killed two women visiting D.C. in December has been allowed to get behind the wheel of his own vehicle again. He still faces charges.
Gerard James, 45, of Baltimore, was arrested Thursday and charged with involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of Monica Adams Carlson, 61, the mayor of Skagway, Alaska, and her mother, Cora Louise Adams, of Washington state, in D.C. on the night of Dec. 19.
The mayor of an Alaska town and her mother, who were in town for a tour of the White House, are dead after they were struck by a tour bus in D.C. Wednesday night.
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