Two killed, over three dozen injured in charter bus rollover

Third Passenger In Bus Crash Dies

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    NEWSLETTERS

    A charter bus on it's way to a casino in Oklahoma crashed on the President George Bush Turnpike April 11.

    A third passenger on the charter bus that crashed along a North Texas highway earlier this month has died.

    A spokeswoman for Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas says 82-year-old Alice Stanley died Sunday.

    Two other women -- Paula Hahn, 69, and Sue Taylor, 81 -- died in the immediate aftermath of the April 11 accident in Irving. More than 40 people were injured.

    The bus full of senior citizens was bound for a casino in Oklahoma.

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    At least two lawsuits have been filed as a result of the accident involving the Cardinal Coach Line bus.

    Authorities have not indicated what caused the bus to veer off the highway and strike a concrete barrier before toppling over.