The driver of a big-rig charged in a California bus crash that killed 13 people last year has been arrested.
The Riverside County district attorney's office says 51-year-old Bruce Guilford was arrested Thursday in Georgia by a U.S. Marshals Service task force.
He was charged a day earlier with vehicular manslaughter and reckless driving.
It's unclear whether he has a lawyer.
Guilford's tractor-trailer had stopped for construction work on Interstate 10 in the Palm Springs area last Oct. 23 but prosecutors say he failed to move when the road reopened.
A bus carrying passengers from a desert casino back to Los Angeles rear-ended the truck, killing 13 on board and injuring 29.
Prosecutors say Guilford had fallen asleep after sleeping only seven hours in the 24 hours before the crash.
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