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Driver Accused of Texting Before Fatal Accident Pleads Not Guilty

Driver Accused of Texting Before Fatal Accident Pleads Not Guilty



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(KSL News) A Tremonton man accused of causing a fatal car accident while texting has pleaded not guilty.

Prosecutors say Reggie Shaw was texting on September 22 when his car drifted over the center line on State Route 30 west of Logan and slammed into an oncoming car.

The driver of that car died instantly. The passenger was also killed.

Highway Patrol troopers say Shaw continued to send and receive text messages as he was questioned about the accident.

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