The four people killed in a crash that involved the Dallas Cowboys bus were Chinese National citizens visiting the United States, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
The Sunday afternoon crash happened on U.S. 93 about 30 miles north of Kingman, Arizona. The bus was on its way to Las Vegas for a fan event when it collided with the van.
According to the Public Information Officer Raul Garcia, the driver of the van was a 52-year-old male. Two of the passengers were 52-year-old females and a third passenger was a 19-year-old female. Everyone in the van was wearing a seatbelt. The notification of family members has not been completed so their names are still being withheld.
The investigation has determined that the van failed to yield the right-of-way from a stop sign when making a left turn and was struck by the bus.
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