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May 22, 2014

4 killed in coach crash on Calif.-Ariz. border

Thirty-two people were aboard the bus, which was traveling from El Paso, Texas to Los Angeles on the 10 Freeway when the driver swerved to avoid metal pipes that were scattered on the road after an earlier big rig crash.


May 2, 2013

Fla. coach accident kills one passenger

Dolphin Transportation issued a statement saying as many as 50 people were on the bus, and 17 people, including the driver, sustained injuries.


April 23, 2013

Driver in Texas crash may have blacked out

The April crash was caused when the driver, Loyd Rieve, failed to stay in his lane, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety report, which also disputed earlier accounts that the bus flipped over because of a blown tire or some other mechanical malfunction.


January 19, 2012

DART shooting death spurs safety inquiry

The agency employs some 200 police officers to keep passengers safe, however, officials say passengers will see more security in ways that let police see more.


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