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Man who caused church bus crash alleged to have been intoxicated

It has been determined that the 20-year-old man, alleged to have been responsible for causing a March 29 church bus crash in Uvalde County, Texas, not only was on prescription drugs at the time of the accident, but also in possession of marijuana as well. The nationally-publicized collision between the man's pickup truck and the New Braunfels First Baptist Church minibus killed 13 of the 14 passengers aboard it.

As for the passengers in the church bus, most, if not all, were wearing seat belts at the time of the fatal crash. The young male of the pickup was not. The pickup driver survived the accident.

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