Bus Crashes with Children On Board

A school bus driver has been injured after crashing his bus into a vehicle and then into a building. Students were on board. The accident happened at Northwest 36th Street and 20th Court. After the crash, the bus, the front end started smoking. Two bystanders rushed to the scene and opened the rear emergency escape door of the bus. They began offloading the children and took them to a safe place. From there, they dialed 911.

Police officials state that 14 children between the ages of 5 and 6 were on board the bus at the time of the accident. Only the driver of the bus was injured. The driver was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital. Officials are still investigating whether the driver may have suffered from a possible cardiac arrest, causing him to lose control of the bus.

The children on the bus were extremely lucky to have people nearby who thought of their safety first. Potential serious injuries were very possibly avoided because of their quick reaction to the situation.

When your child gets hurt or seriously injured, it can mean losing wages from having to take time off work to take them to the doctor or to care for them at home. If your child’s injury is serious enough, you may even have to take family leave to take care of them.

If your child has been injured at school or while placed under the care of others, give us a call. Depending on your school district’s policies, city or community ordinances, there may be limitations on the amount of time that you have to file a claim. When you call, one of attorneys will go over the details of your case with you. They can quickly get things moving for your personal injury or accident case.

Our lawyers have years of experience in successfully representing our client’s cases. We will do all that we can to get you the compensation you and your loved ones are entitled to. When you call us, the initial consultation and legal analysis with our office is free. Call today. We can help.