Caitlyn Jenner has reached a settlement in one of the lawsuits brought against her over the fatal three-vehicle crash in February 2015. The stepchildren of Kim Howe, the woman killed in the accident, have filed to dismiss the lawsuit they brought against Jenner in May, which claimed negligence. Jenner’s attorney, Philip Boesch Jr., confirmed the news Thursday to the AP but did not disclose financial specifics. At the time, investigators from the sheriff’s office said that Jenner, though not going over the speed limit, was “traveling at an unsafe speed for the road conditions.” However, after further investigation, the D.A. concluded that Jenner’s conduct could not be proven “unreasonable,” and didn’t file vehicular manslaughter charges against Jenner. Jenner previously reached a settlement with Jessica Steindorff, another driver involved in the crash.