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December 28, 2007

Albany -- It's been three weeks since a pick-up truck crashed through the drive thru at an Albany Burger King and killed a Shellman woman.     

Prosecutors say they still have important questions unanswered. The District Attorney's office won't say yet whether they'll charge 78-year-old Raymond Williams of Smithville.      

Williams claims his gas pedal stuck. causing him to accelerate through the Burger King Drive-thru on North Slappey December sixth. He hit twins Roseanna Eubanks and Rebecca Todd and Eubanks' 4-year-old daughter Emily.  Eubanks died at the scene.      

Because it's an open investigation, Assistant D. A. Greg Edwards wouldn't give us much new information today. He only said they're still working to get answers to several questions. 

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