SEATTLE—For the first time, we are hearing a 911 call from a witness who was first on the scene.
Meanwhile, raw emotion spilled out in a King County courtroom Wednesday as the man accused of killing two teenagers in a drunk driving crash pleaded not guilty.
The families of Derek King and Nick Hodgins carried pictures of their children and broke down in court as 50-year-old Alexander Peder entered a plea of not guilty.
Peder is accused of slamming into the back of a car on I-5, killing King and Hodgins two days before they were to graduate from Decatur High School. Police say Peder had a blood alcohol level of twice the legal limit.
The teens' car, driven by 19-year-old Anthony Beaver, was stalled in a southbound lane of I-5 in the Tukwila area. Although the stalled car's emergency lights were on, troopers say the SUV hit it from behind.
Beaver's father said watching Peder plead not guilty made him sick.
"It's like he reached inside my stomach and pulled out all of my insides, that's what it feels like."