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What Can Cause a Bus Accident?

June 28, 2017   |  
A school trip to Nashville almost turned into disaster back on May 22nd. A bus from the Burlington School suddenly caught fire, forcing students to evacuate. North Carolina law states that a school bus loaded with children shall not be driven at greater than 45 mph and an activity bus...
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Did a Bus Driver’s Mistake Lead to a Wayne County School Bus Crash?

May 12, 2017   |  
The Goldsboro Daily News recently featured a report on a Wayne County school bus crash that sent the bus driver and two passengers in a car involved in the wreck to the hospital. Per the Goldsboro Daily News report, the bus driver made a left turn in front of the...
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Is Speeding to Blame for Deadly School Bus Accident?

November 30, 2016   |  
WRAL-TV reported on a tragic school bus accident that happened in Chattanooga, Tennessee shortly before Thanksgiving. The crash happened in the afternoon as 35 elementary school kids were being driven home. Reportedly, the bus driver was speeding as the vehicle was traveling down a narrow, curvy road, which led to...
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How Avoiding a Rear-End Collision Led to a School Bus Crash

November 3, 2016   |  
A driver swerving to avoid rear-ending a car that had stopped led to a school bus crash in Raleigh, according to WTVD-TV. The incident happened near the intersection of Diquedo Drive and Skycrest Drive. Both the school bus and the other vehicle, a pickup truck, were traveling along Skycrest Drive...
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Is It Safe for My Kids to Ride a School Bus?

October 5, 2016   |  
In the aftermath of the Richmond County bus crash that left 40 people injured and cost four others their lives, some believe negligence led to the tragedy. According to The Herald, a Rock Hill, North Carolina newspaper, leading up to the accident, the bus was taking Ramah Juco Academy’s football...
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