(KCEN) -- Lawyers for veterans and families affected by last month's deadly train crash were back at the crash site in Midland, Texas.
Attorneys on the case inspected the railroad crossing's signal system where the accident happened.
Four veterans died and more than a dozen others were injured in the November 15 collision involving a train and flatbed parade float.
The National Transportation Safety Board investigators said the warning system worked as scheduled, activating 20 seconds before the crash.
But lawyers argue there should have been at least 30 seconds of warning at the crossing.