A Dec. 10 trial date has been set for an ambulance driver charged with negligent homicide in a fatal crash in South Ogden last year.
Second District Judge W. Brent West on Wednesday scheduled a five-day trail for 29-year-old Sean Stephens-Applonie.
Stephens-Applonie has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge of negligent homicide in the wreck that killed 88-year-old Arline Logan in July 2012.
She was a passenger in a car that went through an intersection on a green light when it was struck by the ambulance. She died at an Ogden hospital.
The ambulance was driving with lights and siren on at an estimated speed of 56 to 62 mph, and transporting a critically injured car accident patient.
Prosecutors say state law does not allow emergency vehicles to recklessly run red lights, while Stephens-Applonie's lawyer says state law makes it a crime for a motorist to fail to yield the right of way to an emergency vehicle.
The ambulance also struck two stopped vehicles.
The other people involved in the accident escaped with minor injuries.