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Taunton driver faces charges after deaths

Nicholas Costa, 24, the driver of a car that crashed in Taunton early Sunday, killing two people and injuring four, was driving without a valid license and is facing vehicular homicide charges, Taunton police said Monday.

Authorities brought several charges against Costa, said Officer Joseph Balmain. He said the charges include two counts of motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation, operation of a motor vehicle after license suspension, and driving with an open container of alcohol.

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