Transcript for Investigation Into FedEx Truck Collision With Bus
In California tonight, new clues about the crash between a FedEx truck and a bus carrying students. Investigators are looking at skid marks that are revealing a lot about who might have tried to stop and who didn't. Reporter: Tonight, investigators releasing new details about the fiery head-on crash between a FedEx semi and a bus full of college-bound students. The FedEx truck, heading south on the interstate, careened across a median into oncoming traffic. The tour bus driver hit the brakes, skidding for 145 feet then swerved trying to avoid the truck. Investigators say there was no evidence that the truck driver tried to brake. No skid marks. No evidence that the fire started before impact. Officials are still interviewing students who escaped the burning bus. Their statements will be key to helping to determine the cause. I was in the front right behind the driver. I had a clear view of the truck. It was in perfect condition. The driver must have lost control or something. Reporter: We're learning several of the ten people killed were ejected. The brand-new bus had seat belts on it. But students say they were not wearing them. There's clearly an issue about the requirement for seat belts on buses. Reporter: Another concern, the windows on the bus. Did the passengers know all were designed to be emergency exits? We have to see the procedures to get out and how they were labeled. So that's part of what we'll be looking at. Reporter: The final report will take months to conclude. It will likely include safety recommendations. Hoping lessons learned from this crash will save lives down the road. Investigators were able to recover a black box-like module from the bus. The one of the semi truck was destroyed. Neither driver was working a long shift. Now to the search for the
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