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Bus Driver In Times Square Crash Freed, Says He's Innocent

(New York, NY) -- The double-decker bus driver accused of being impaired in a Times Square crash says he's innocent. Gray Line driver William Dalambert of Irvington, New Jersey was released from jail last night as prosecutors weigh their next move. Police say Dalambert failed a field sobriety test but testing for drugs and alcohol came back negative. Prosecutors have ordered a full toxicology screen, but the 58-year-old driver denies having anything in his system that would have affected his driving.

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