A Havertown man will appear in court Jan. 5 for a formal arraignment on the multiple reckless driving charges he faces.
In October, Brian James Manning left his car on the tracks near SEPTA’s Beechwood-Brookline Station when the car got stuck during a wrong turn. He left the car to call AAA and his wife, as Haverford-Havertown Patch reports, and his car was hit by a train. Twenty-four people were injured.
Manning also faces a DUI charge after authorities said he was “disoriented” the morning of the accident.