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No charges in deadly Manitoba bus crash: RCMP

Police will not press charges in a bus crash that killed 17 people in western Manitoba.

RCMP say they do not expect to be able to speak to the bus driver, who was seriously injured in the crash.

And they say officers have found no explanation for why he stopped at an intersection when it was unsafe.


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The bus, transporting seniors to a casino, collided with a semi-trailer while crossing the Trans-Canada Highway.

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Police have said the truck had the right of way.

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Police handed over their findings in January to the Crown office, including forensic reports and interviews with witnesses and survivors.

Armed police have said they may never be able to speak to the bus driver because of the injuries he suffered in the crash.


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