TWO men charged after a car crash in Huddersfield killed three teenage girls have been told their trial will not begin until January next year.
James Houston, 27, of Croft Cottage Lane, Hillhouse, and Adam Anguige, 25, of White Leaf Road, Batley, appeared at Bradford Crown Court yesterday for a plea and case management hearing.
Last September Gemma Cost, aged 15, and 16-year-olds Ursula Alokolar and Natalie Donlan died when a Ford Fiesta was in a head-on collision on Wakefield Road, Waterloo.
Houston faces three allegations of causing death by dangerous driving.
Anguige is alleged to have aided and abetted him to commit those offences.
Anguige entered not guilty pleas during yesterday's hearing, but Houston, who was injured in the fatal crash did not enter any pleas.
Judge Roger Scott confirmed that the trial, which is expected to last two or three weeks, was listed to start on January 21.
Both accused were granted unconditional bail.