Tour Bus Crash Investigators Turn to Recording Devices

HENRYVILLE, Ind. (AP) _ Investigators are analyzing data from onboard devices to try to determine why a tour bus carrying members of the Indiana Tech bowling team overturned along Interstate 65 in southern Indiana.
 
Indiana State Police Cpl. Carey Huls said Wednesday that investigators are trying to gather information from the bus's onboard video and its event data recorder. An event data recorder is a small device that records information on a vehicle's performance. It's similar to black boxes found on aircraft. 
 
Huls says investigators hope information from the devices sheds light on what was happening on the bus at the time of the crash March 12 near Henryville, about 20 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky.
 
The crash injured 21 people aboard the bus. At least one remained hospitalized Wednesday at a Louisville hospital