The investigation to the death of a woman who fell out of a party bus earlier this year continues.
But new information reveals the company at the centre of the tragedy has been cited for safety violations in the past.
It’s still unclear how 23-year-old Chelsea James fell out out of a party bus in January to her death.
Police say it appears the accident happened while the vehicle was making a turn.
But according to vehicle inspection reports obtained by CKNW, Silver Lady Limousine has had trouble with emergency exits on their vehicles in the past.
Last June, one of their party busses was cited because the right rear emergency exit didn’t open.
In April of 2014 a different party bus had a right rear emergency window that didn’t open, and a main entrance door that had trouble opening as well.
The party bus industry was under fire well before James’s death, but in that case police say she fell out of an open door while the bus was making a turn.
CKNW has reached out to Silver Lady for comment, but has yet to hear back.