Criminal Charges Filed in Bus-Bicycle Crash That Killed Arkansas Football Player.

The driver of a charter bus, George Carroll, was criminally charged with vehicular homicide and following too closely, after he caused a wrongful death bicycle accident by hitting and killing a former football player in Arkansas.

Authorities report that Carroll was driving at about 55 miles per hour when he collided with Andrew Pray, the victim. The force of the bike accident knocked Pray to the ground. After emergency medical personnel responded to the scene of the bike crash, Pray was taken to a nearby hospital emergency room, where he was pronounced dead.

The bicycle collision was Carroll’s first ever moving violation and authorities report that it is unlikely that he will serve any time in jail as a result of this tragic bike accident.

Pray was a former player on the local high school football team that won consecutive state football titles in 1998 and 1999.

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