No DNA from Cottonwood bus crash suspect found on airbags
MARSHALL, Minn. (AP) - Attorneys for the woman accused of driving the van involved in the fatal Cottonwood school bus crash say her DNA wasn't found on the van's two front airbags.
The attorneys for Olga Marina Franco del Cid tell the Star Tribune that the tests show DNA from an unidentified male.
They say they consider the findings significant because they contend if Franco had been the driver, her DNA would likely have been found on the driver's airbag.
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