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Brenden Holubowich eligible for full parole

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The driver in the crash that killed four Grande Prairie teens in 2011 has applied for full parole.

The Edmonton Journal reports Brenden Holubowich will continue to live in a halfway house for the next two months, and the National Parole Board will schedule a full parole hearing.

The 24 year old is working full time, and uses weekend passes to visit with his family and fiancé.

On October 22, 2011, Holubowich’s pickup hit a car carrying five members of the Grande Prairie Composite High School Warriors football team, of which only one survived.

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It was later revealed Holubowich had been driving as fast as 150 kilometres an hour, and drinking previously.

He now volunteers for a program that teaches young people about the perils of speeding and drinking and driving.

There is still an ongoing civil lawsuit by the victims’ families.

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