The New Hampshire man accused of killing a Vermont family has made bail.
Corrections officials confirm Robert Dellinger, 53, of Sunapee, was released Thursday.
Prosecutors say Dellinger, a former Fortune 500 executive, purposely drove his car into oncoming traffic on Interstate 89 in Lebanon, N.H., Saturday. His vehicle smashed head-on with another car carrying Jason Timmons, 29, and Amanda Murphy, 24, of Wilder, Vt. Both Timmons and Murphy were killed. Murphy was eight months pregnant.
Dellinger held top level posts at companies like Sprint and General Electric.
The judge set his bail at $250,000 cash-only, which Dellinger's family said they could come up with.