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Los Angeles attorney Jim Vititoe who is representing the passengers and families of 17 people involved in a tour bus crash said he is concentrating on sorting out both legal and financial issues for the Chinese tourists, as hospital bills mount for those still hospitalized. 15 of the 17 passengers were thrown out the windows in the crash.
The license of DW Tour & Charter, of San Gabriel, Calif.,the charter bus company involved in the fatal crash was suspended Monday because its liability insurance has lapsed.
Wang Xinping, Deputy Consul General of The People’s Republic of China in San Francisco, and Zhu Cheng Rong, assistant chairman of the Shanghai Municipal Tourism Administration attended a media briefing on the crash Thursday at the Hilton Garden Inn.