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A Texas man, not his 13-year-old son, was driving the truck that crossed into the oncoming lane and struck a van carrying college golfers from New Mexico, killing nine people, and had methamphetamine in his system, investigators said Thursday.

The National Transportation Safety Board said two days after the March 15 crash that its first findings suggested the 13-year-old boy was driving the van that hit the van carrying Southwestern University students and coaches back. to Hobbs, New Mexico, from a golf tournament in Midland, Texas. But the NTSB said in a preliminary report released Thursday that DNA tests confirmed that the father, Henrich Siemens, 38, was driving and that toxicology tests showed the presence of methamphetamine in Siemens’ blood.

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Siemens and his son were killed in the crash along with six members of the men’s and women’s golf teams and his coach, who was driving the van.

The collision occurred around 8:17 p.m. in Andrews County, which is about 30 miles (50 kilometers) east of the Texas-New Mexico border. Although it is a rural area, the roads are often heavily traveled by traffic related to agriculture and oil and gas development.

In the days after the accident, the NTSB had said the truck’s left front tire blew out before impact. But he said Thursday that so far, investigators have found no evidence of a loss of tire pressure or any other indicator that the tire failed.

The NTSB said the highway they were traveling on consisted of one northbound lane and one southbound lane. Near the accident site, the road was straight but there was no road lighting.


Those killed in the truck were trainer Tyler James, 26, of Hobbs, New Mexico; and players Mauricio Sánchez, 19, from Mexico; Travis Garcia, 19, of Pleasanton, Texas; Jackson Zinn, 22, of Westminster, Colo.; Karisa Raines, 21, of Fort Stockton, Texas; Laci Stone, 18, of Nocona, Texas; and Tiago Sousa, 18, from Portugal.

Two other students aboard the van were seriously injured.

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