WOBURN, Mass. – A man charged with crashing into a Massachusetts pizza parlor, killing two people and injuring seven, has refused a plea deal that would send him to prison for two years.
Bradford Casler’s lawyer, Thomas Giblin III, says he chooses to be a pilot.
Casler crashed in the Sweet Tomatoes restaurant in Newton in March 2016.
Giblin says Casler multiple sclerosis was to blame. Prosecutors say that he was aware of the possible consequences of his illness and chose to ignore them, endangering other road users.