VIRGINIA, N.C. - A bus driver from Charlotte who crashed in Virginia last year, killing four people, was found guilty of felony involuntary manslaughter.
A judge found Kin Yiu Cheung guilty on all four charges. Cheung did not testify in court.
Police said Cheung admitted to falling asleep while driving the Sky Express bus last year.
Cheung, 38, is facing 40 years in prison. He's pleaded not guilty to four felony counts of involuntary manslaughter.
The crash happened on Interstate 95. The bus, which originated in Charlotte, was traveling from Greensboro to New York City in May 2011.
About 16 or 17 people were expected to take the stand Thursday.
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