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File- This April 22, 2015, file photo shows a Georgia state trooper working the scene of a deadly crash in which five people died and three others were injured in Ellabelle, Ga.  A southeast Georgia prosecutor said Wednesday, July 6, 2016,  that he has dropped the criminal case against a trucking company charged in a fiery interstate crash last year that killed five nursing students. District Attorney Tom Durden of Georgia's Atlantic Judicial Circuit said he made the decision after Total Transportation of Mississippi agreed to spend $200,000 setting up a nonprofit group offering nursing students financial aid. A grand jury indicted the company in June on charges of vehicular homicide and other crimes related to the deadly crash.   (AP Photo/Russ Bynum, File)

File- This April 22, 2015, file photo shows a Georgia state trooper working the scene of a deadly crash in which five people died and three others were injured in Ellabelle, Ga. A southeast Georgia prosecutor said Wednesday, July 6, 2016, that he has dropped the criminal case against a trucking company charged in a fiery interstate crash last year that killed five nursing students. District Attorney Tom Durden of Georgia's Atlantic Judicial Circuit said he made the decision after Total Transportation of Mississippi agreed to spend $200,000 setting up a nonprofit group offering nursing students financial aid. A grand jury indicted the company in June on charges of vehicular homicide and other crimes related to the deadly crash. (AP Photo/Russ Bynum, File)

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