New Haven – Bus-Truck Collision Results In Injuries
A school bus carrying passengers collided with a food truck in New Haven last Wednesday.
The incident occurred near the intersection of Filmore Street and Grand Avenue forced the temporary closure of the area. According to authorities, a school bus carrying a still-unspecified number of students/passengers crashed into the rear end of a food truck. No one inside the passenger bus was hurt, though several people inside the food truck sustained burn injuries. Emergency crews have since arrived to tend to everyone hurt in the incident. The crash is currently under investigation. Officials will release more info when appropriate.
Both parties involved in this incident could have caused the collision, and it’s the goal of investigators to accurately identify the culprit. This not only allows responsible parties to be brought to justice, but also gives injured parties the opportunity to explore legal options that can help them find closure. Motorists involved in similar situations should know that there are legal experts who can guide them throughout this process.
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