Bus driver on trial for accusing him of using his cell phone while driving behind the wheel before killing a scooter driver and his passenger in a horrific crash
- A bus driver accused of using his phone for a fatal crash must stand trial
- Luis Rojas, 49, pleaded not guilty of dangerous driving resulting in death
- The two victims were Taiwanese food drivers of food between the ages of 32 and 44
A bus driver from Sydney who is accused of using his cell phone behind the wheel has been ordered to stand trial for a crash in which two men died.
Luis Rojas, 49, has argued not guilty of two counts of dangerous driving, causing the death of a scooter driver, 32, and his passenger, 44.
The NSW police said earlier that the food workers were waiting to make a turn in Kingsgrove when they were hit in January by the bus and another car crash.
Luis Rojas (photo), 49, pleaded not guilty to two counts of dangerous driving causing the death of a scooter driver, 32, and his passenger, 44
The damage to the bus was caused during the crash in the south of Sydney
Uber eats employees Kuan Wei & # 39; Bill & # 39; Chen, 28, and Su Po Hsu, 32, were the victories in the crash
At the Downing Center Local Court on Thursday, Deputy Chief Magistrate Michael Allen ordered Rojas to stand trial for the two charges in the NSW District Court.
He will be summoned on November 22, when a trial date is likely to be set.
Rojas has also been charged with two counts of negligent driving with death as a result, the use of a cell phone when this is not allowed and the incorrect wearing of a safety belt.
Uber eats employees Kuan Wei & # 39; Bill & # 39; Chen, 28, and Su Po Hsu, 32, were fatally injured in the crash.
In the Downing Center Local Court on Thursday, Deputy Chief Magistrate Michael Allen Rojas ordered to stand trial for the two charges in the NSW District Court (pictured here)
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