Humboldt State University
The call was included on 911 recordings release Thursday by the California Highway Patrol as it investigates the cause of the crash that left 10 people dead.
Family and friends gathered at the University of La Verne Wednesday night to remember a 26-year-old man who died last week in a bus crash in Northern California.
Michael Myvett and his fiancée, Mattison Haywood, were on the bus that crashed into a FedEx truck in Orland last Thursday, killing five students and five adults.
Marisol and her sister, Marisa, were traveling Thursday on different buses to tour Humboldt State University, but Marisa’s bus never made it. A FedEx truck slammed into her tour bus, setting off a fire that claimed the Riverside teen’s life and nine others.
Miles Hill was sitting near the front of the bus when it was struck by a FedEx tractor-trailer Thursday.
Calvin Aceves says he was asleep on the bus when he awoke to the sound of a big boom and screams.
Federal investigators said Sunday that they haven’t found physical evidence confirming a witness’ claim that a FedEx truck was on fire before it slammed into a bus carrying high school students, killing 10 people in Northern California.
The first person to be identified among the 10 killed in Thursday’s fiery bus crash was a 26-year-old admissions counselor for Humboldt State University.
Michael Myvett and Mattison Haywood spent their last moments together in a fiery crash after a FedEx tractor-trailer rammed a charter bus on a Northern California freeway, which also claimed the lives of eight others.
Family and friends of those killed in Thursday’s fiery crash near Orland say it’s hard to accept the devastating news.