From the Baton Rouge Advocate:
One of the surviving firefighters wounded in the Sunday morning crash has been released from the hospital, officials said. The firefighter, Mack Beal, was treated at River Parishes Hospital.
Another fireman, Nick Saale, remained hospitalized at University Medical Center, where he was airlifted after the crash.
Criminal charges are pending against the driver of a bus at the center of a traffic crash on Interstate 10 that killed two people on Sunday morning, including a high-ranking St. John the Baptist Parish firefighter, Louisiana State Police said.
State Police identified the bus driver as Denis Yasmir Amaya Rodriguez, of Honduras, who turned 37 earlier this month. Amaya — who had no driver's license — admitted to troopers that he was in the United States without necessary immigration documents and was driving a group of largely Honduran workers from New Orleans to Baton Rouge to assist in relief efforts following the devastating flooding there earlier this month, Trooper Melissa Matey said.
Too late now for the fire hief who was killed by an illegal. Maybe the U.S. will start to wake up of the dangers of illegal immigrants.