FREMONT, Ohio (AP) - A trial has been pushed back again for a man accused of driving more than 125 mph and causing a crash that killed two people on the Ohio Turnpike nearly two years ago.
The trial for Andrew Gans, of Kent was scheduled to begin this past week.
The News-Messenger (https://ohne.ws/1PpBvoG ) in Fremont reports that a judge had to delay the start because a witness was not available to testify.
A new trial date hasn’t been set.
Gans was ruled competent to stand trial after spending a year at a psychiatric hospital in Toledo.
He was arrested in November 2013 after authorities say he struck a minivan on the turnpike near Fremont, killing a 77-year-old Toledo couple, Wilbur and Margaret McCoy.
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