According to a crash reported by the Miami Police Department, two people were injured after a school bus was involved in a crash in Miami.
Report says, the crash happened in the 2500 block of Southwest 34th Avenue. It was reported that the bus and at least one other car were involved in the crash.
Miami Police reported that the school bus collided with the other vehicle. This impact made the bus crash into a light pole and partially hit a home.
Report says, the car and school bus were close to the front entrances of a pair of homes.
Fire officials said two people, the bus driver and bus driver’s aide, were injured in the crash and taken to a nearby hospital but were expected to be okay. None of the 10 students from Coral Gables Senior High who were on the bus were injured.
No other information was immediately known.
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “All accident that involve children are especially troubling. It appears that the failure of a driver to stop caused this 3 vehicle accident. If your child was involved in this type of accident, it’s vital to seek advice from an experienced legal professional as soon as possible. They can help guide you through the difficult legal process of collecting damages.”
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