(KCEN) -- The NTSB has released an update on the Midland train and parade float crash that killed four veterans last month.
NTSB investigators now know exactly what happened leading up to the deadly collision.
According to the report, the 18-wheeler that was being used as a parade float drove onto the railroad crossing at an estimated speed of 5 miles-per-hour.
The train was going exactly 62 miles per hour when they collided.
The parade float was thrown 30 feet from the tracks, where it hit a sheriff deputy's car.
Four veterans on board the float were killed.
Five were seriously injured.
Eight other passengers and a sheriff deputy received minor injuries.