Driver in deadly school bus crash had lengthy traffic record - Tucson News Now

Driver in deadly school bus crash had lengthy traffic record

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UPDATE: Investigators are still looking into the details of Tuesday's deadly school bus crash, but deputies have released video of the crash.

A photo radar van and its camera caught the moment when three people died after colliding with a school bus.

In the video, the car can be seen swerving into the opposite lane and slamming head on into the bus.

Deputies say they're not sure why the driver of the car crossed the center line.

The name of the driver who died in that crash has been released. Deputies say Raymond Kane III was behind the wheel.

An online court record search of Kane reveals a man that had a lengthy traffic record-- including 2 DUIs.

An Excel spreadsheet is attached to the right of this story titled "Raymond kane III's driving record"

 

The following is the account of the story from Tuesday:

Posted by Tricia Daly - email

Department of Public Safety officers are investigating a deadly head-on collision on the southwest side.

It happened shortly after six this morning on Ajo, near Sandario.

A vehicle collided with a Altar Valley School District bus, carrying four special needs students and the driver, said a DPS spokesman.  The bus was headed to the Flowing Wells School District, where the students attended school.  No one on the bus injured.

Officials say three people inside the other vehicle died. The victim's names and ages have not been released.

It's unknown at this time what led to the crash.

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