(WTXL)- The National Transportation Safety Board, the independent federal agency charged with investigating significant accidents, will review more than 1,000 pages documenting a fiery bus crash that crash killed three migrant works and injured dozens more in the Big Bend.
WTXL was on the scene in June of 2016 where the crash happened on Woodville Highway in Wakulla County.
The bus was carrying more than 30 migrant workers, traveling from a farm in Bainbridge, Georgia.
Authorities say the driver of that bus failed to stop at a flashing red light and collided with a truck.
The bus hit a utility pole and burst into flames, killing three and injuring 29 passengers.
NTSB investigators will analyze the findings.
They meet in Washington this November.
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