As federal investigators look into the Cardinal Coach Line bus crash that happened on Thursday morning, NBC 5 Investigates uncovered details about the company's safety records.
Robert Hare and Ed Couck, two men who were the first on the scene of a charter bus crash in Irving explain what they saw and how they tried to help the people trapped in the bus.
Loyd Rieve (inset) is in Parkland Hospital's ICU being treated for various injuries after the tour bus he was driving crashed on the President George Bush Turnpike Thursday morning.
The Cardinal Coach Line bus carrying about 45 passengers when it hit a rubber crash cushion, struck two concrete barriers and flipped on its side Thursday morning.
Dan Risik was one of 13 Cardinal Coach Line passengers taken to Baylor Medical Center in Las Colinas in Irving.
Dan Risik, a passenger on the Cardinal Coach Lines tour bus that crashed on northbound 161 near Belt Line Rd. talks about the bus crash.
Witnesses in traffic rushed to help injured passengers after a charter bus crashed Thursday morning on the President George Bush Turnpike in Irving.
Hurst resident Ernie Johns survived the Cardinal Coach Line bus crash in Irving Thursday morning and recalls the moments before and after the crash.
Family friends described Sue Taylor, who went by the name "Casino Sue," as a "firecracker" of a woman.