NTSB to release results of investigation into church bus crash that killed 13 on Tuesday

The National Transportation Safety Board is expected to release the results of its investigation into the bus crash in Uvalde County that killed 13 members of a New Braunfels church in March 2017.

Only one person survived the crash.

The NTSB public meeting will be streamed on YouTube live starting at 8:30 a.m. You can view the livestream by clicking here.

Earlier this month, the NTSB released an 800-page report, which contained interviews with the suspect, first responders and witnesses.

One of the most compelling interviews was the one with the lone survivor of the crash. She described a horrific scene inside the van.

The driver of the truck that hit the bus, Jack Dillon Young, was indicted on 13 counts of intoxication manslaughter charges, to which he pleaded no contest in May.

His punishment phase is set for Nov. 7-9. He faces anywhere from two to 270 years in prison.

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