Two Cars Collide with Bus-Full of Kids
Three adults were seriously injured yesterday afternoon when a tour bus filled with fifth-grade students collided with two cars at a north Phoenix intersection. Luckily, none of the children were injured.
The collision occurred in the intersection of 32nd Street and Greenway Road after a sedan driving southbound apparently turned left in front of a sedan heading north. One of the cars spun in the intersection and hit a tour bus that was stopped at a traffic light.
The three people in the sedans were two men in their 50s and a 36-year-old woman. They all suffered serious injuries and were taken to a local hospital for treatment. They remain in stable condition.
The tour bus contained 40 fifth-graders and several adults and was returning to a Paradise Valley school after visiting Northern Arizona University. One adult on the bus with the fifth-graders suffered from minor injuries, but she refused treatment.
Another bus arrived about an hour later to take the students back to their school where their parents could pick them up. The intersection remained blocked following the incident.
Luckily the accident caused very few injuries and all the children were safe. Remember, trucking accidents, accidents involving children and all other types of collisions can be messy situations. If you ever find yourself in any of these types of collisions and need someone to call, know that the lawyers at Oracle Law Group highly skilled and can help get you the settlement you deserve.
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