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Midland Police Turn Over Their Investigation to District Attorney's Office

Posted: Updated: Dec 10, 2012 06:43 PM CST

By Staff Report 

NewsWest 9

Midland - A new development  in last month's accident in which 4 veterans were killed when a train struck their parade float.

The Midland Police Department says they have now turned the investigation over to the District Attorney's Office. 

Midland Police have not filed any charges against the driver of the truck pulling the float.

The city tells NewsWest 9 they will not be issuing any further statements in regard to the report or the accident.

The DA is also not expected to release any other information until their investigation is complete.

 

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