Restraining order issued in fatal bus crash

August 13, 2008 3:09:41 PM PDT
A Houston judge has just approved a temporary restraining order relating to that north Texas bus crash that killed 17 people last Friday. The request was filed in order to preserve the chain of evidence, essentially making sure all evidence from the crash investigation is preserved and made available for an independent investigators. There will be a court hearing on August 25.

The request was filed by an attorney representing a man whose mother-in-law and sister-in-law died in the crash. His wife remains in critical condition.

Seventeen people died after their tour bus crashed near Sherman, Texas, while carrying Vietnamese Catholics to a religious retreat in Missouri.

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