As the investigation continues into the fiery wreck that killed three local teens, the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission waits word on whether they'll become involved.
Local TABC officials have offered assistance to Bryan Police as they look into what factor alcohol played in the accident.
TABC says they don't want to hinder the investigation, but that they could help with interviews or aid BPD on laws police may not deal with regularly.
Authorities say alcohol was involved in the wreck, and one of the three teens killed did have a prior record when it came to alcohol arrests.
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