An SUV driver surrendered to Vermont state police Tuesday, accused of inflicting the deadly June 12 bike crash that killed actor Deal with Williams.
Ryan Koss, 35, of Dorset, voluntarily appeared on the state police Shaftsbury barracks in southwest Vermont and was issued a quotation charging him with grossly negligent operation with demise ensuing.
Koss turned his 2008 Honda Ingredient right into a car parking zone, “into the trail of Mr. Williams’ bike,” police mentioned in an announcement.
Williams, 71, sustained essential accidents. He was airlifted to Albany Medical Middle in New York, the place he was pronounced lifeless from what the state medical expert decided was “extreme trauma and blood loss on account of the crash,” police mentioned.
Koss was processed on the cost and was allowed to go away to await an arraignment set for Sept. 25 in Vermont Superior Court docket in Bennington.
Koss sustained minor accidents and his car had “main harm” to the entrance passenger facet, in line with the police assertion.
Williams was using a 1986 Honda Shadow VT700C, which police mentioned acquired “front-end harm.” The actor was carrying a helmet on the time.
Williams’ demise left mates, household and Hollywood friends in shock.
“It’s with nice disappointment that we report that our beloved Deal with Williams has handed away in Dorset, Vermont after a deadly bike accident … To all his followers, please know that Deal with appreciated all of you,” his household mentioned in an announcement to Deadline on the time.
The actor was finest identified for enjoying Dr. Andrew Brown on “Everwood” from 2002 to 2006. He additionally starred within the movie adaptation of “Hair” and Sidney Lumet’s 1981 crime drama “Prince of the Metropolis.” Each roles earned him Golden Globe nominations.