Orlando, FL (February 27, 2019) - Officials with the Orange County Fire Rescue report that a school bus transporting students was involved in an accident on Tuesday, February 26th, which took place around 3:42 p.m. near Hiawassee Road and Balboa Drive.
There were two injuries reported in the crash, although the severity of the injuries is not clear at this time. Two students were aboard the bus when the collision occurred. The other vehicle was identified as a Toyota Corolla, the driver of which was not identified. There is no word on whether any charges will be filed in connection with the crash.
No additional information is available at this time.
Our condolences are with those hurt in this school bus crash in Orlando. It appears at this time that, fortunately, there are no life-threatening injuries. Many Florida car accidents will be life-changing events for those involved. The injuries sustained can be quite serious and may involve lengthy treatment, high medical costs, and missed time from work. Your activities could be limited for a prolonged period of time while you recover.
If you find yourself in this situation and the crash was not your fault, you have important legal rights. You have the right to be appropriately compensated for your injuries as well as your pain and suffering. This number may be significant depending upon the circumstances of your case.
At Rubenstein Law, our Florida car accident attorneys are here for you during the tough times. For a free consultation, please give us a call at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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