| October 01 2014 - Truck driver in deadly Oklahoma crash did not take evasive action: official|
AUSTIN Texas (Reuters) - There was no sign the driver of a truck that hit a bus, killing four college softball players from Texas, tried to avoid the collision after he left an Oklahoma highway traveling at about 70 miles per hour, U.S. officials said on Monday. The 18-wheel tractor trailer was headed northbound late Friday on Interstate 35, a major north-south corridor, when driver Russell ...
| October 01 2014 - Memorial Funds set up for two NCTC crash victims|
FANNIN COUNTY -- Memorial scholarship funds have been set up for two victims of Friday's deadly bus accident. A semi crossed the median on I-35 and slammed into a bus carrying the North Central Texas College softball team. Four players died.
| October 01 2014 - Four softball players killed after tractor-trailer slams into team bus|
OKLAHOMA â€” Four young women died after a tractor-trailer crashed into a bus carrying members of a college womenâ€™s softball team late Friday in southern Oklahoma, a law enforcement spokesman said. The bus, which belonged to North Central Texas College, was transporting its softball team back from a game, the school said. It was carrying [â€¦]
| October 01 2014 - Crash probe to take time|
As remembrances for four members of the North Central Texas College softball team continue, those investigating the team busâ€™ collision with an 18-wheeler Friday night in Oklahoma describe a process that will take weeks, if not months.
| October 01 2014 - No sign truck driver tried to avoid crash with softball team bus|
A tractor-trailer that collided with a bus and killed four members of a Texas community college womenâ€™s softball team drove straight through an interstate median without any signs of braking or trying to avoid the collision, federal investigators said Sunday. The truck was traveling northbound on Interstate 35 near Davis, Oklahoma, on Friday night. As the roadway gently curved Read More... The ...
| October 30 2014 - Driver in Fatal Oklahoma Crash Tells Police He Was Distracted|
The driver of a tractor-trailer that crashed into a bus and killed four college students on Interstate 35 in southern Oklahoma told investigators he was distracted. Russell Staley, 53, of Saginaw, Texas, was traveling northbound on Sept. 26 before crossing a 90-foot median into the southbound lanes near mile marker 47 in Murray County, said Ronnie Hampton, a captain with the Oklahoma Highway ...
| October 30 2014 - Saturday, September 27, 2014 4:20 pm|
A North Texas community college brought in counselors to comfort grieving students Saturday and canceled athletic competitions after four women's softball players were killed when an 18-wheel truck veered into oncoming traffic on a major interstate highway and crashed into the side of their team bus.
| October 30 2014 - Oklahoma Bus Crash Kills 4, Cause Still Unknown|
Oklahoma investigators have not concluded whether a truck driverâ€™s inattention was the cause of last Fridayâ€™s highway collision that killed four members of a Texas college softball team. According to ABC News, officers still decline to state what, if anything, distracted the person driving the empty truck. That truck veered through a median into southbound Oklahoma Bus Crash Kills 4, Cause Still ...
| October 30 2014 - No sign truck driver tried to avoid crash with bus - NBC40.net|
The tractor-trailer that collided with a bus and killed four members of a Texas community college women's softball team drove straight through an interstate median without any signs of braking or trying to avoid the collision, federal investigators said Sunday.
| October 29 2014 - Oklahoma Bus Crash: No Evidence Truck Braked, Federal Investigators Say|
National Transportation Safety Board investigators said Sunday there was no evidence a truck that plowed into a bus carrying a college softball team did any braking or made any evasive maneuvers. The investigators said the truck traveled about 820 feet through a median before striking the bus carrying the North Central Texas College women's softball team late Friday as it headed back to ...
| October 29 2014 - Family, friends gather to remember players lost in bus crash|
GAINESVILLE â€” Students and faculty from North Central Texas College gathered with members of the Gainesville community Sunday in mourning at a candlelight vigil for the students involved in a bus crash that killed four students.
| October 29 2014 - Police: Truck driver says he was distracted before deadly crash|
The driver of an 18-wheel tractor-trailer that collided with a bus and killed four members of a Texas community college softball team told investigators he had been distracted by something in his cabin before the accident, authorities said Sunday.