The investigation into the crash remains underway. State Police say 26-year-old Shane M. Santiago of Otego, N.Y. was arrested at his residence on Aug. 11. He was charged with manslaughter in the 2nd degree, a class C felony. Authorities noted their deaths were “recklessly” caused. They say Santiago was suffered minor injuries. Police say Santiago was driving when the vehicle went off the roadway on County Highway 13, causing the deaths of 21-year-old Cheyenn J. Aubry and 21-year-old Tehya E. Gonzalez. He was virtually arraigned and remanded on a $2,000 cash bail or a $4,000 bond. He was processed at the State Police Oneonta headquarters. TOWN OF PITTSFIELD, N.Y. (WBNG) — New York State Police have identified the person charged in a crash that left two people dead in the town of Pittsfield, N.Y. in July.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – South Africa World Cup winner Tendai Mtawarira announced his retirement from international rugby on Wednesday and bows out as the most capped prop in Springbok history.The 34-year-old, whose ball carries led to affectionate chants of ‘Beast’ in stadia around the world, was a stand-out performer as the Boks beat England 32-12 to lift the Webb Ellis trophy in Yokohama on Saturday, the last of his 117 tests.He won a number of scrum penalties on the loose-head side as South Africa dominated the set-piece to lay the platform for their third World Cup title.“I am grateful for the opportunities afforded to me by many top coaches at the Springboks and the Sharks, and grateful to my numerous team mates in green and gold, and black and white, over the years,” Zimbabwe-born Mtawarira said in a statement from South African Rugby.“But most of all, to my wife Kuziva, and our two beautiful children, Talumba and Wangu, for sacrificing so much to allow me to chase my dreams. I really appreciate it immensely. “I’ve been blessed to have been part of teams that achieved so much success over the years, and I have many memories to cherish forever, but I can honestly say that winning the Rugby World Cup is the perfect ending and cherry on top.”Mtawarira retires as the third most capped Bok behind former lock Victor Matfield (127 caps) and wing Bryan Habana (124).He won his first cap in 2008 and also has the most appearances of any South African in Super Rugby with 159, all for the Durban-based Sharks.