A school bus crash on May 28th in Greenwich has left 14 people injured, including the driver of the bus. The bus, which was carrying students from The Stanwich School, was operated by a 74-year-old driver who, while driving on Stanwich Road, swerved for reasons which have yet to be identified, causing the bus to hit a large tree on the side of the road.
The bus driver's compartment saw the brunt of the impact, and the driver was taken to a nearby hospital in order to treat serious but non-life threatening injuries. Some students on the bus also suffered injuries, including broken bones in a few cases, and thirteen had to be taken to hospitals nearby in order to receive treatment for their injuries.
Bus accidents can have serious consequences for injury victims, and at the Law Offices of Paul Levin, we understand how important it may be for accident victims to get compensation for their resulting losses. If you have been injured in a bus or other automotive accident in Connecticut, contact us today at 860-322-5302 to learn more about how we can help.
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