Virginia automobile accident – Crash involving loaded school bus injured 3

Legal news for Virginia automobile accident attorneys. A three vehicle wreck injured three students.

Virginia automobile accident lawyers alerts- A school bus crashed with two other vehicles injured three people.

Staunton, VA—A loaded school bus crashed along with three other vehicles on Tuesday, November 10, 2009. The three-vehicle crash on Virginia 42 about 2 ½ miles south of Old Parkersburg Turnpike sent three teens to the hospital, as reported by the News Leader.

Around 7:35 a.m., a boy was reportedly late to his bus stop, but managed to flag down the bus driver who then stopped to pick up the boy. A Mazda MVP hit a Kia Spectra that launched into the rear of the school bus. The bus was transporting 31 Beverly Manor Middle School and Buffalo Gap High School students when the crash occurred. Three students traveling on the northbound bus sustained non-life threatening injuries. The injured students were rushed by emergency medical services (EMS) crews to Augusta Health in Fishersville for treatment. No injuries in the other vehicles were reported. The rest of the uninjured students were transported via another school bus the rest of the way to school. Parents of the injured students were reportedly notified by police officials at this time. Augusta County police officials are currently investigating the multiple vehicle pile-up. At this time no one has been charged for the wreck.

Legal News Reporter: Nicole Howley-Legal news for Virginia automobile accident lawyers.