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Report: Ariz. bus driving erratically before crash

Posted on April 22, 2010

PHOENIX — More than 130 pages of records released Tuesday show that at least two motorists called 911 to report a bus was being driven erratically just before it crashed in Arizona, killing six people, according to a UPI report. The bus, with 22 people aboard, was heading from central Mexico to Los Angeles March 5 when it rear-ended a pick-up truck, veered across several lanes into the median and plunged into a ditch on Interstate 10 south of Phoenix. For the full story, click here.

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