New video of the deadly February three-car accident involving Caitlyn Jenner appears to show Jenner crashing into both vehicles, sending the female driver of a white Lexus sedan head-on into oncoming traffic, where she was struck and killed.
Entertainment Tonight first broadcast the video, which was apparently obtained from a security camera on a passing bus. The footage is fuzzy, and it’s hard to see the initial impact, but Jenner, driving a black Escalade, appears to strike the Lexus at an angle before crashing into a black Prius a few seconds later.
The bus footage also shows the third, fatal crash as the Lexus is smashed head-on by a Hummer traveling in the opposite direction. The Lexus driver, 69-year-old Kim Howe, was killed by the impact.
Jenner is currently being sued by Howe’s family and the driver of the Prius, but she has not been charged with any crimes stemming from the accident. The New York Daily News reports a criminal investigation is set to conclude in mid-July but a source tells the paper Jenner is expected to be charged—at worst—with misdemeanor reckless driving charges.