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Wednesday, July 26th, 2006 -- 8:45 am
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director

An Eau Claire County judge has delayed the trial of a truck driver accused in a crash that killed five people on a charter bus last October.

Michael Kozlowski of Schererville, Indiana, has pleaded not guilty to 34 charges related to the crash on Interstate 94 near Osseo. His trial was expected to start in December. But today, Judge William Gabler granted a motion for a delay.

He asked attorneys for both sides to contact their witnesses and discuss scheduling conflicts between March and July of next year.

The accident occurred when a charter bus slammed into Kozlowski's overturned semi. The bus was filled with students, teachers and chaperones from Chippewa Falls High School returning from a marching band competition.

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