DEDHAM, Mass. (AP) — Two drivers charged with running over and killing two high school students in February have pleaded not guilty.

The Boston Globe reports one of the drivers, 52-year-old Dania Antoine-Guiteau, of Wellesley, told prosecutors she wasn't wearing her glasses and mistook one of the victims for a trash bag in the street.

The other driver, 65-year-old Robert Berry, of Needham, said outside the courthouse Wednesday he prayed for all those impacted by the accident.

The two face charges including negligent motor vehicle homicide.

Prosecutors say the two were driving separate cars when they struck 16-year-old Talia Newfield and 17-year-old Adrienne Garrido as they crossed the street near Needham High School on Feb. 10.

Berry's car initially struck both victims, followed by Antoine-Guiteau. Both defendants left the court following their arraignments.

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Information from: The Boston Globe, http://www.bostonglobe.com