KELSO, Wash. - The prosecution in the Frederick Russell vehicular homicide trial is expected to wrap up its side of the case next week in Kelso.
The jury heard testimony yesterday from a witness who estimated Russell had been driving 90 miles an hour down the Moscow-Pullman highway just before the collision.
The crash six years ago killed three Washington State University students and injured three others as they were returning from a movie.
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