Indianapolis police say it could be another week before the results of their investigation into the deadly church bus crash last month are released. Investigators are working to complete their investigation into the crash that killed three people and injured over 30 more.

Investigators hope to release both the Indiana State Crash and North American Standard Inspection Reports sometime next week.

Indiana State Police wrapped up their investigation on Monday and turned over their results to IMPD.  Once the investigation is complete, Adams says the results will be given to the Marion County Prosecutor‘s Office who will determine if any charges will be filed.

The final report on the crash could take up to six months.  Chad Phelps, his pregnant wife Courtney and Tonya Weindorf were killed when their bus overturned on Keystone Avenue as it was exiting I-465.  The driver of the bus, 68-year-old Dennis Maurer claimed the brakes failed.