Olympic diver Bruce Kimball, charged with two counts of vehicular homicide, remained in seclusion Wednesday while awaiting the results of blood alcohol tests.

Kimball, 25, a 1984 silver medalist in platform diving and a strong contender for this year's U.S. Olympic team, was charged Tuesday and released from jail on $10,000 bond following an auto accident that left two teenagers dead and six others injured.Investigators said Kimball was driving between 70 mph and 90 mph when his late-model sports car glanced off five cars and into a pack of young people Monday night on a stretch of dead-end road in a rural area south of this bedroom community east of Tampa, killing two.