Complete coverage of the bus crash in Northern California that left high school students dead and wounded after the vehicle taking them to visit a university was struck by a truck.
An NTSB report details the crash that left 10 dead, but provides no explanation for why a FedEx truck jumped the highway's median.
California law-enforcement officials on Thursday said they were releasing recordings of 911 calls made in the deadly Northern California bus crash.
The wife of the FedEx big-rig driver who died in a head-on crash with a tour bus, killing nine others, remembered her husband as her best friend.
Authorities offer new information of the FedEx truck driver involved in the deadly bus crash.
Investigators said on Sunday that there is no evidence that the FedEx truck that collided with a tour bus carrying students Thursday was on fire before impact.
"They were screaming, 'Help me, I don’t want to die,'" student says
Investigators found no sign that a FedEx tractor-trailer braked before hitting a college-tour bus, an NTSB spokesman said.
As grieving families struggle to come to grips with their tragic end, California officials have identified nearly all those killed in the crash.
The college sweethearts were chaperoning the trip and two of 10 who were killed in the crash that also injured more than 30 people.
Denise Gomez and Ismael Jimenez attended Animo Inglewood Charter School.
A couple who witnessed the crash said the FedEx truck was already up in flames when it struck the tour bus.
The couple who witnessed the deadly college crash said the FedEx truck was already up in flames when it crossed lanes and struck the tour bus.
Marisol Serrato wasn't on the bus that crashed in California. But her twin sister, Marisa, was, and it took a day before they learned the terrible news.
A California family has yet to locate one of two identical twins who was on the bus involved in a deadly crash that killed at least 10 people.
Witnesses describe the head-on collision between a tour bus packed with high school students that left at least 10 people dead and many more hospitalized
Myvett proposed to Haywood in Paris in December.
The students from various Los Angeles high schools were on their way to Humboldt State University when the bus crashed into flames Thursday.
A high school senior from the LA area was confirmed dead by his family the day after a bus carrying students collided with a delivery truck in California.
Calvin Aceves describes the moments after a FedEx truck crashed into a school bus that he was on.
Arthur Arzola, 26, of Rancho Cucamonga, was identified as a victim in Thursday's bus crash in Orland, Calif. He reportedly worked as a college recruiter.
California high school students on their way to visit a university were caught up in a deadly crash when their bus was struck by a truck.
Tom Waldman and Earl Perkins from the Los Angeles Unified School District read a list of the LAUSD schools which had students on the bus that was involved in a crash, though there were other students on the bus as well.
At least 10 people have died and 34 people were injured when a college tour bus collided with a FedEx big rig and car on Thursday.
High school senior Jonathan Gutierrez tells Savannah Guthrie described how he escaped the burning bus through a window smashed open by another student.
At least 10 people were killed after a FedEx truck slammed into the bus of college hopefuls on a freeway in northern California on Thursday, officials said.
Amateur video shows flames engulfing a bus carrying high school students and a FedEx truck minutes after the two were involved in a deadly crash.
Five people who were injured in the crash near Orland, Calif., were discharged from Enloe Medical Center.
Federal investigators are expected to arrive at the crash site on Friday morning.
Survivor Jonathan Gutierrez tweeted after the deadly bus crash that killed nine people.
The mother of twin girls was devastated to learn one of her daughters was on the bus that crashed in Northern California while heading to a college tour.
"The bus was engulfed in flames," witness tells the Los Angeles Times.
One of the survivors of the college tour bus trip took photo aboard the vehicle before the deadly crash, NBCLA's Kenny Holmes reports.
Survivor Jonathan Gutierrez used Snapchat to get in touch with friends, NBCLA's Kenny Holmes reports.
The American Red Cross of Northeastern California was providing "comfort and support" for victims of the crash on Interstate 5.
A tour bus carrying high school students to a spring preview day at Humboldt State University collided with a FedEx truck killing at least nine and injuring more.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved in the tragic accident," firm says.
Governor Jerry Brown expressed "heartfelt and deep sympathies to the families, friends and loved ones of those who died."
Many escaped through a window that someone had kicked open, running for their lives to the other side of the freeway before seeing the bus burst into flame.
Los Angeles-area students were on 13-hour journey to Humboldt State University when bus crashed into FedEx truck.
Nearly 50 people were on board tour bus, including high school students, a few chaperones and the driver, officials said.
Authorities face a grim task, NBC News' Andrew Blankstein reports.
Survivor also tells NBCLA's Gadi Schwartz that flames were worst at the front the bus.
At least ten people were killed in Thursday evening when a tour bus carrying Los Angeles-area high school students crashed in Northern California.