The driver of a tour bus that skidded off an Oregon highway December 30, killing nine passengers and injuring 39 others, was driving too fast at the time of the crash, the U.S. Department of Transportation said in a January 17 order. A number of passengers who survived the crash told investigators that driver Haeng Kyu “James” Hwang of British Columbia, Canada, was driving too fast and that he had been asked several times by those aboard to slow down. “You were driving at speeds too fast for conditions and driving in a manner unsafe to existing road conditions,” the ... Read More
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