Union County, FL (November 9, 2018) - One student was sent to the hospital following a bus crash that occurred in Union County on Thursday, November 8th.
The accident was reported at State Road 238 and SW 9th Avenue between the bus and a vehicle. Police have not released any details on exactly how the accident took place or how many students were on board the bus at the time. One student was transported to the hospital following the collision. The student's injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. The driver of the vehicle has not been identified.
Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the crash. No further information has been released at this time.
Child safety is the number one priority for bus drivers and anyone who transports a child on a daily basis. Bus drivers have an especially difficult job in that they are responsible for the well-being of numerous children at a time. It is paramount that school bus drivers always drive with caution and follow all traffic laws to avoid jeopardizing the safety of the children they transport on a daily basis.
In this crash, we do not have enough information to say who might be at fault. Further investigation is required.
If you or a loved one have suffered injuries in any type of transportation accident, our Florida personal injury attorneys can help you recover compensation. If the crash was not your fault, you should not be responsible for paying to recover from the damages that were caused. At Rubenstein Law, we believe that innocent victims should not go uncompensated. For a free consultation, give us a call at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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