- Associated Press - Monday, January 12, 2015

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - All of the injured students admitted to Altru Hospital in Grand Forks after a fatal collision involving a Larimore school bus and a freight train have now been released.

Altru says the last of the seven patients was discharged Friday.

Three other injured students were transferred out of the hospital earlier, but officials haven’t said where. Their conditions aren’t known.

The crash at a crossing outside Larimore Jan. 7 killed 62-year-old bus driver Max Danner and 17-year-old student Cassidy Sandstrom, and injured 12 other students.

Highway Patrol Lt. Tom Iverson says the crash’s cause is still being determined. An autopsy has been conducted on Danner but results aren’t yet available. Investigators also have reviewed video from a camera on the train and conducted interviews with most students on the bus.

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