LAS VEGAS (AP) — In a story Sept. 7 about the identity of a tour bus driver killed in a fiery three-vehicle crash in Las Vegas, The Associated Press erroneously reported the age of Jose Francisco Cosenza. Police and the Clark County coroner said Cosenza was 53, not 55.
A corrected version of the story is below:
Vegas tour bus driver identified after fatal downtown crash
Las Vegas tour bus driver identified after crash that also killed German man, injured 4 others
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The tour bus driver who died after a BMW crashed into it near downtown Las Vegas over Labor day weekend has been identified.
The Clark County coroner's office says 53-year-old Jose Francisco Cosenza, of Las Vegas, died in the Saturday morning crash.
Police say the BMW driver was 24-year-old Jonathan Donner, of Las Vegas. He faces charges of DUI resulting in death and DUI resulting in substantial bodily harm.
Authorities say the BMW ran a red light and hit the mini tour bus, causing the bus to overturn and both vehicles to catch on fire.
A 34-year-old man from Germany who was on the tour bus also died but has not been identified.
A passenger in the BMW and three other people in the tour bus were hospitalized with serious injuries.
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