A judge has suspended

A judge has suspended the driver’s license of the man who was involved in the deadly 2019 New Hampshire crash that killed seven motorcyclists. Volodymyr Zhukovskyy’s Massachusetts license was automatically suspended in New Hampshire after his arrest following the crash, but he has sought to get it reinstated. The latest ruling means the license will be suspended for seven years starting June 24th. A jury in 2022 found the commercial truck driver not guilty of multiple manslaughter and negligent homicide counts stemming from the Randolph crash that killed seven members of the Jarheads Motorcycle Club, an organization of Marine Corps veterans and their spouses in New England.