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Nancy’s Bus Service involved in school bus accident in Houston

On Behalf of | Aug 26, 2014 | Brain Injury |

There was another unfortunate school bus accident in Houston, Texas. Several students and the school bus driver were transported to a local area hospital after the private school bus was in a vehicle accident. It occurred Tuesday morning in west Houston around 9500 Briar Forest near Tanglewilde. Luckily, the students sustained injuries. Reports say the injuries were minor and that they included scrapes, bumps and bruises. But how can they be certain. Are there neck and back injuries? Are there head injuries? Neck, back and head injuries can be serious.

The students were on their way to Paul Revere Middle School. According to the Houston Independent School District, the incident happened on the way to school. What was the cause of the accident? Was the driver not paying attention? Was the driver not keeping a proper lookout? Did the driver loose control of the vehicle? The bus is privately operated by Nancy’s Bus Service, which is not affiliated with the school district.

Attorneys often hire independent investigators to help find the answers to the above questions. Do you have the answers?

The children are luckily that they did not suffer from worse injuries.

There was also another bus accident that occurred on the same day. It occurred in the Aldine Independent School District and involved a cement truck.

   – Article by Richard Weaver, a personal injury lawyer based out of Houston, Texas.


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