A year-long investigation determined that a FedEx truck driver was to blame for a crash with a tour bus carrying dozens of Los Angeles-area high school student that killed 10 people.
A plaque in honor of Orland bus crash victims Michael Myvett and Mattison Haywood was unveiled Friday at Union Station.
A $25,000 donation was presented Tuesday to the Los Angeles Unified School District to benefit families of students and others who were killed or injured in a fiery Northern California bus crash last year.
The bus was carrying 44 students from Southern California for a free tour of Humboldt State University on the state’s far north coast.
The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday honored a student who survived a fiery bus crash that claimed the lives of 10 people in Orland last month.
The family of an 18-year-old student who died in a fiery crash between a charter bus and a FedEx truck in Orland last month has filed a wrongful death suit.
A student injured in the fiery April 10 crash between a tour bus and a FedEx truck in Northern California has filed a negligence lawsuit against the mailing giant and the bus owners.
Forty-three high school students and three adult chaperones were on a bus traveling from Los Angeles for a tour of Humboldt University when the bus was struck by a FedEx tractor trailer on April 10.
The negligence suit that seeks $100 million in damages is the first filed in connection with the April 10 freeway crash in Orland, said A. King Aminpour, the attorney for the plaintiffs.
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.
Friends and faculty gathered at Dorsey High School Wednesday for a vigil to honor a 17-year-old girl 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.
Federal investigators Monday shifted their investigation of last week’s deadly bus crash in Orland to Los Angeles, officials said.
Miles Hill was sitting near the front of the bus when it was struck by a FedEx tractor-trailer Thursday.