Ophadell Williams (pictured), the driver who crashed a bus on the I-95 last year, killing 15 passengers, is sharing his feelings on being acquitted on manslaughter charges.
In an exclusive interview with the New York Daily News Monday, Williams (pictured) said, “It hurts. Every day I live with it. I ask myself, Should I have passed away with them?”
Returning from a Connecticut Mohegan Sun Casino last March, the World Wide Tours bus Williams commandeered struck a guard rail before landing on its side and hitting a signpost that sliced its top open.
Fifteen people we killed in the accident.
Prosecutors charged Williams with manslaughter, arguing that he had been driving while sleep-deprived, a condition supposedly on par with driving under the influence.