Marco Muzzo, an Ontario drunk driver who killed three kids and their grandfather back in 2015, has reportedly just been granted full parole. 

Muzzo was driving home from Toronto Pearson Airport at the time when he collided with another vehicle after running through a stop sign. 

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A nine-year-old, five-year-old and two-year-old all lost their lives, as well as their 65-year-old grandfather. 

The children's grandmother and great-grandmother were also in the car at the time. 

CP24 reports that Muzzo's virtual hearing took place today where he was granted full parole. 

He reportedly started off by stating that his thoughts and prayers were with the Neville-Lake family. 

Muzzo was first granted day parole back in April 2020, with it being extended for another six months in November.

According to Adrian Ghobrial from CityNews, the conditions of his parole will include not consuming any alcohol, not entering the City of Brampton or York Region, and not coming in contact with the Neville-Lake family. 

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