Trial begins: Women killed on Blue Heron Bridge

His scheduled trial starts Tuesday, and, already, a man charged in the deaths of two women killed on the Blue Heron Bridge has pleaded guilty to one of the charges.

Adam Gaillard pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended license.

A year and a half ago, Cynthia Andrews and Linda Taylor were hit and killed while on a morning walk on the bridge. Police say Gaillard hit the women and then took off.

A judge gave Gaillard 60 days for the suspended license.

A jury will now decide the more serious count of leaving the scene of a deadly crash. If convicted, Gaillard faces up to 15 years in prison.