‘This is not a new story’: Texas road map released
In his opening statement, US Attorney General Eric Holder made it clear that the investigation of the fatal Texas road crash involving two teenage boys and their father was not a fresh case.
“This is a new investigation,” Holder said.
“The families of the deceased have waited a long time to know the full extent of this tragedy and the outcome of this investigation.”
The driver and passenger were killed in the crash on a highway on the east coast of the United States.
Police believe the boys were trying to cross a bridge that connects the towns of Nacogdoches and Del Rio, Texas, when the driver lost control and crashed into the road.
Police said that the two teenagers were teenagers when they were killed, and the driver was 15.
The driver, who has been charged with two counts of vehicular homicide, was taken into custody in Del Rio and has been in custody since Wednesday, when he appeared in court for the first time.
He was released on $50,000 bond.
On Tuesday, Holder’s office said the boy, 14-year-old Tyree Wilson, was found in the backseat of the truck.
“Tyree was not wearing a seatbelt and was pronounced dead at the scene,” the statement said.
The statement also said that Tyree’s death would not be considered suspicious because Tyree had been in the truck for about five minutes before he died.
“He was not intoxicated, and he was not in a position where he would have been able to pull over, open the door, and put his hands behind his head,” the press secretary said.
Tyree died at the hospital.
On Thursday, the Texas Department of Public Safety issued a statement saying it would work with the family of Tyree to “provide the appropriate assistance”.
It said it was working with the state attorney general’s office to determine if the driver had been issued a speeding ticket and that it was cooperating with the investigation.
A spokesperson for the Texas Attorney General’s Office said the investigation into the death of Tyrees death would be handled by the Texas State Police, but that it could take weeks.
The attorney general said that there was no evidence that the truck driver had a valid driver’s license, but said the driver would be given a chance to contest the ticket and if he did not, he would face a criminal charge.
“At this time, the state has no information indicating that the driver of the vehicle in question is under the influence of alcohol,” the spokesman said.
He said it could be months before the case was presented to a grand jury.
The state’s highway department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Texas Department in February said that it would investigate whether the driver should have been cited, and if so, would take the case to the State Bar.
The news agency also quoted a spokesman for the US attorney general saying that the death would go to a federal grand jury “to determine whether it meets the standards for a criminal case”.