DETROIT – A man accused of speeding through a neighborhood on Detroit's west side and crashing into several people causing two deaths is due in court Wednesday for a preliminary hearing.
Robert Anthony Chaney, 37, of Southfield, is charged with two counts of operating under the influence causing death and two counts of operating under the influence causing serious bodily injury.
Two people were killed and three more were injured April 13 when a gray Camaro was speeding near Pickford and Whitcomb avenues and crashed. The vehicle landed on top of a burgundy Malibu.
A 20-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman were pronounced dead at the scene.
Chaney was taken to the hospital in temporary-serious condition and was placed in police custody.
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