Nearly three months after a deadly charter bus crash in Irving, the Texas Department of Public Safety is recommending to a grand jury that the bus driver be charged with criminally negligent homicide.
A driver died Wednesday after slamming into a school bus along State Highway 751 in Wills Point. The bus was loaded with students, but all of them are expected to be okay.
A preliminary report by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) finds driver error may be to blame for the April 11 tour bus crash in Irving that has now claimed three lives.
A third passenger on the charter bus that crashed along a North Texas highway earlier this month has died.
The bus driver involved in Thursday’s deadly Irving charter bus crash, was also behind the wheel in another deadly crash 15 years earlier.
Details are still being released about the travel bus that crashed in Irving on Thursday morning. Two passengers died in the crash and 42 more were injured.
One of the two people killed in Thursday morning’s Irving bus crash had helped organize the deadly trip.
Hundreds of drivers passed by the accident scene of the overturned Cardinal Coach Lines Tour bus on State Highway 161 near Belt Line Road.
Emergency crews responded to the scene of a overturned bus in Irving on Thursday morning.
Some North Texans are still shaken after a bus, chartered to take passengers to an Oklahoma casino, crashed on State Highway 161. Of the more than 40 people on the bus at least 36 were injured and two were killed.
Authorities say at least 10 passengers suffered apparent minor injuries when a westbound Greyhound bus and a car collided about 20 miles east of Dallas.
Anabel Reid was one of a dozen Abilene Christian University students who were traveling to do mission work at a children’s home when their school-owned bus veered off a Texas highway and overturned, killing the 19-year-old, ejecting several of her fellow passengers and critically injuring four others, officials said.