Greyhound Bus Caught in the Middle of Crash
When you’re on the road, it’s your duty and your obligation to pay attention to what’s going on. As a driver, one can easily slide into an ‘autopilot’ mode while on the road, especially when it’s late at night. You don’t expect to see someone driving southbound in a northbound highway lane.
That’s what happened in Hamilton County just before midnight the other day. A 91-year-old man driving a Buick Century was going the wrong way on the highway when he ran into a 55-year-old who was driving a Ford Explorer. Chances are, the 55 year old never really saw it coming.
A Greyhound bus which was on the road to Atlanta crashed into the crash, helping to cause a five car pileup. There were around 13 passengers who got some bumps and bruises as a result of this crash. The two men who were originally in the accident died. The people in the two other vehicles were unharmed.
Greyhound made sure that the experience of their passengers didn’t stop them in getting to their destination in Atlanta. They were ‘rescued’ by another Greyhound which took them on the way. Everyone was very fortunate that there weren’t more injuries in this Florida car crash.
If you’ve been injured in an accident or have been the victim of a bus crash, don’t hesitate to give us a call. There are rights and obligations of which you need to be aware before you start calling your insurance company. We can help make it right for you.