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Semi Truck Driver Charged with Deaths of Two Brothers

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In this update - a semi truck driver charged with the deaths of two brothers will remain in Michigan during his trial.

Last Friday, August 2, police say a semi driver crossed the center line on M-37 in Garfield Township, and hit a smaller pickup head-on.

Brothers Jeffrey and Joel Toole in the pick up died in the crash.

The driver of the semi truck, Kuldeep Khangura, was charged on two counts of a Moving Violation Causing Death.

He could face up to one year in prison if he's found guilty.

He is from India, but lives in Canada.

Tuesday, August 6, Khangura was forced to surrender his passport, so he must stay in the state during the trial.

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