Farmington – Injury In School Bus Incident
A car crashed into a school bus in Farmington yesterday morning.
The crash occurred at around 8:30 a.m. at the intersection of Oakridge and New Britain Avenue. According to reports, a car driven by a 16-year-old motorist struck a school bus carrying 16 students of Farmington High School. Minor injuries were reported, and at least one student was transported to the hospital for evaluation and treatment. The driver of the car was eventually cited for failing to heed to a stop sign. This post will be updated as soon as authorities release more info.
Many incidents similar to this have been caused by negligent behavior or DUI, so it’s important that these factors are quickly established or eliminated. That said, people who are injured in road accidents are advised to seek legal help so that they can be informed of their options/choices.
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