Toxicology Tests Reveal Little About Bus Crash That Killed Pregnant Lacrosse Coach From Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ)—Toxicology tests fail to provide answers in a tragic crash that killed a college lacrosse coach from Maryland.

The Seton Hill women’s team was on a bus on the Pennsylvania turnpike when it crashed this month.

Coach Kristina Quigley, who was pregnant, died in the accident.

So did the bus driver, 61-year-old Anthony Guaetta.

Tests show Guaetta did not have either drugs or alcohol in his system at the time and he was not suffering from a medical emergency.


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