Irving Bus Crash
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 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.
A woman among the last passengers to be released from the hospital after a deadly bus crash in Irving has become the second person to file a lawsuit against the bus company.
Today, we honor one of the first good Samaritans who pulled over, ran to the scene, and tried to help the victims of last week’s bus crash in IRving.
A 74-year-old passenger who broke several ribs in a deadly bus crash near Dallas has sued the company operating the vehicle.
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.
The CBS 11 I-Team has been digging into the history of Cardinal Coach Line, Inc., its owners and safety regulations.
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.