A survivor of the fiery Northern California school bus crash that killed 10 people is suing FedEx and the owner of the charter bus.
The mother of a 17-year-old honors student who was among 10 people killed in a fiery Northern California bus crash sued FedEx on Tuesday, alleging that its trucks have a history of catching fire.
Accident investigators with the California Highway Patrol are reconstructing how fast a bus carrying high school students was going before its fiery collision with a FedEx truck that left 10 people dead.
The CHP has released several tapes of the frantic calls to 9-1-1 right after the tragic crash between a tour bus full of students and a FedEx truck on I-5, near Orland. Ten people died in the crash.
Federal investigators will look at surveillance video from earlier in the day of a FedEx driver before his truck crashed into a tour bus killing ten people on I-5 near Orland.
A young survivor of the I-5 bus crash that killed ten people is still recovering in the hospital, and telling his story of heartbreak and heroism during the moments after the crash.
NTSB spokesman Mark Rosekind told reporters Sunday there was no evidence the FedEx big rig was on fire before crashing into the school bus on I-5 in Orland.
Federal safety investigators say the driver of a Fedex tractor-trailer that struck a bus carrying high school students didn’t appear to brake before a fiery collision that left 10 dead.
Marisa Serrato, one of two identical twins who was on a bus that was involved in an explosive freeway collision Northern California was among the 10 dead, a family member said Friday.
Low-income dreams of college life were shattered for some Thursday in an explosive freeway collision that left 10 dead — students, chaperones and both drivers — and dozens hospitalized on Interstate 5 in Orland.