NTSB To Explore Crash In South Texas Bus Leaving 8 Killings, 44 Injured
Federal Authorities launched the investigation of explore in bus to investigate what’s the cause a charter bus headed to casino to crash in South Texas, eight people were killed while there are 44 that suffers from serious injury.
The government agency National Transportation Safety Board launched the investigation to probe out the true cause why charter bus headed to casino killed 8 civilians and huge 44 numbers of personnel were hospitalized in deadly incident on Saturday, after a charter bus left the South Texas highway and rollover.
Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Conrad Hein probe the whole incident and released initial report, the driver of charter bus apparently lose control when he left South Texas highway 83 in Webb Country and killed almost seven people died at the scene on Saturday, Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Conrad Hein added, the driver of charter bus believed to be badly injured by his blunder.
Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Conrad Hein said, the charter bus driver is among the survivors although driver name and passenger’s names list currently not available.
Initial investigation of Trooper Conrad Hein revealed that it was raining last night thus is assume to be the factor of crash but it was uncertain because the crash of South Texas Bus rollover just before 11:30 a.m. morning as well as the other unfortunate fact is that there was no other vehicle near the crash area.
Webb County Volunteer Fire Department Chief Ricardo Rangel told to the Laredo Morning Times about the charter bus, the charter bus originated in San Juan, Texas, near the border of United States with Mexico headed to casino in Eagle Pass that is about 125 miles northwest of Laredo. However, On Saturday a message left at the charter bus company that was not immediately returned.