Raleigh, NC -- A North Carolina doctor awaiting trial in connection with a wreck that killed a 20-year-old ballerina is facing a new charge in the case.
Raymond Dwight Cook of Raleigh was arrested Tuesday after being indicted on a charge of felony death by vehicle.
The Wake County District Attorney's Office says the new indictment doesn't affect the charges of second-degree murder and driving while impaired that Cook already faces.
A trial on those charges is scheduled for November.
The 43-year-old plastic surgeon is accused of driving 85 mph when he struck the car of Winston-Salem ballerina Elena Bright Shapiro in September 2009.
Since the wreck, Cook has given up his medical license.