MADISON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – There are still more questions than answers in the Mt. Zion Baptist bus crash. This is an emotional situation, with a family mourning the loss of a daughter, and many other families praying that their loved ones will heal at the hospital.

Investigators also have a job to do – to see if accidents like these can be prevented.

“They’re going to look at everything,” says Tony Mastando, a local (Huntsville based) attorney.

Mastando says, naturally, most crash investigations start with the person behind the wheel.

“Of course they’re going to focus on the driver and what sort of condition the driver was in, did the driver have enough rest?” he says.

Mastando says the biggest question will be, did the driver of the church bus have the proper license?

“For vehicles that are designed to carry more than 16 passengers, the driver should have a CDL – a commercial drivers license,” explains Mastando.

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