A $30 million dollar civil lawsuit is filed in connection with the collision that killed three Denver City school teachers, two weeks ago.
The family of Rosie Garza is suing the truck driver who hit the mini van she was riding in and the company he works for. Guadalupe Medina was arrested earlier this week, and charged with three counts of criminally negligent homicide. Medina was driving a Mack-truck owned by H&M Dirt Contractors of Post.
Garza's family attorney Charlie Dunn says the suit was filed in Yoakum County Thursday. Dunn says this case will take about a year to 18 months before it is heard in court.