A 63-year-old reportedly died in a multi-vehicle bus crash in southbound lanes of Northwest 42nd Avenue near FL-968 in Flagami, a report said.
The Florida Highway Patrol said that seven elementary students were in the bus but were not injured. The deceased Toyota Camry driver was southbound on Northwest 42nd Avenue and didn’t stop at a red light.
The report says her car went under the rear of a school bus that was entering Northwest 42nd Avenue on a green signal. She struck two other vehicles and ended up on top of the concrete divider in the median.
The woman was reportedly taken to a nearby hospital with serious injuries, but she did not survive.
The elementary students on board the bus at the time were not injured and neither was the driver.
Comment from Anidjar and Levine:
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “It is devastating when someone has been killed as a result of a driver that possibly was distracted behind the wheel. Our hearts go out to the relatives of the victim of this crash in Flagami. If another driver is to blame for the loss of a loved one, a wrongful death lawsuit is a possible step. It is also expedient for those involved in an accident to contact an experienced auto accident attorney that knows how to help them through this difficult time.”
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