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Brenden Holubowich eligible for full parole

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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