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  1. Young told NTSB officials that he had taken twice the prescribed dosage of the sedative before the wreck. The minibus from First Baptist Church of New Braunfels was returning from a senior ...

  2. The NTSB does not release the names of those involved, but the agency said the driver of the pickup truck, which was observed traveling erratically before the crash, tested positive for ...

  3. A detailed and disturbing report released Tuesday concluded the investigation into a Uvalde County bus crash that killed 13 members of a church in New Braunfels. Jack Dillon Young, 21, was found ...

  4. NTSB: Driver's drug use led to deadly crash

    Texarkana Gazette4 hours ago

    DALLAS—Federal officials say a motorist's use of marijuana and a sedative led to a collision with a church bus that killed 13 people on the bus. The National Transportation Safety Board said ...

  5. The findings of the NTSB investigation were revealed on Tuesday, a year and a half after 13 people were killed in the crash along Highway 83 in Uvalde County. All the victims were parishioners ...

  6. The NTSB did not allege that Kisses and co-pilot Matthew Dampier deliberately delayed reporting the incident, but it did say that investigators could have gained a better understanding ...

  7. NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt said they found extensive damage to the front left side of the 2001 Ford Excursion.

  8. The NTSB report also recommended lap and shoulder belts instead of just lap seatbelts be used on medium-size buses. Young, who was 20 at the time, has pleaded no contest to intoxication ...

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