The driver says he considered Williams’ treatment a friend and the charges in the accident are not warranted

The driver says he considered Williams' treatment a friend and the charges in the accident are not warranted

DORSET, Vt (AP) — The driver has been charged with causing the accident The accident that killed Williams treat He knew the actor and considered him a friend but denied any wrongdoing and said the charges were not justified.

Ryan Koss, managing creative director of the Dorset Theater Festival in Vermont, said he’s known Williams for years as a member of the tight-knit community, as well as a fellow theatre. He said he was devastated by Williams’ death and offered his “sincerest condolences” to the actor’s family. “I considered him a friend,” said Koss.

Coss, 35, from Dorset, issued a statement on Friday evening, after three days of being there He issued a quote Gross negligence resulting in death. He was ordered to appear in court in September to be formally charged.

A Vermont State Police investigation concluded that Koss’ car was pulled over in front of Williams’ motorcycle on June 12 in Dorset, but Koss said he was “confident that the facts will show that I complied with all relevant traffic laws, and that the state’s charges are not justified.”

The death of Williams, 71, was announced from Manchester, Albany Medical Center in New York.

Richard Treat Williams starred in the TV series ‘Everwood’ and the movie ‘Hair’. He has appeared in over 120 television and film roles, including the films “The Eagle Has Landed,” “Prince of the City,” and “Once Upon a Time in America.”

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