Deaths aboard D.C. tour bus ruled an accident

WASHINGTON – The deaths of two men killed aboard a D.C. sightseeing bus on the way to a Nationals game have been ruled an accident, according to a spokesperson for the chief medical examiner.

Joshua Stoll, 24, of Sterling and Michael Feiock, 35, of Centreville, both died as a result of blunt impact head trauma when they stood up on a double-decker Open Top Sightseeing bus on July 11. D.C. Fire and EMS spokesman Alan Etter says they stood up as the bus was going under an overpass.

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