Driver in death of Curry College student facing charges

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May 12, 2013, 5:27 pm
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(NECN: John Monahan, Canton, Mass.) - Sean Jackman was behind the wheel early Saturday morning when he crashed his car into a wall and a tree in Canton, Mass., injuring himself and killing 20-year-old Evan Bard.

On Monday, Jackman will face charges from his hospital bed, after being charged with multiple offenses, including operating under the influence and motor vehicle homicide.

Jackman's condition was downgraded to critical after being brought to Boston Medical Center in serious condition yesterday. It is unclear whether that will affect his ability to face those charges on Monday.

Bard was a nursing student in her junior year at Curry College, and she was a member of the cheerleading squad.

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