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A bus accident that took place early in October on Interstate 4 resulted in the injury of at least nine individuals. Initial reports regarding the crash came from the Lynx bus service, one of whose fleet vehicles was involved in the accident. The reports from Lynx stated that the crash took place shortly before noon on Tuesday, October 1st. Only one vehicle was reportedly involved in the crash, a fact which likely drastically reduced the number of injuries which were sustained.
At approximately 3 p.m. on May 21, 2019, a school bus from a West Melbourne elementary school was loaded up with students and headed out to its usual stops throughout the city when it was involved in an auto accident with another vehicle.
On the morning of November 18th, 2015, a school bus carrying 11 children was involved in a serious bus crash on I-95 near International Golf Parkway. Not only was the incident traumatic, but 5 children were actually injured in the event – one quite seriously. Parents and community members were shocked by the news of the crash, and several parents have spoken out and declared that the bus should never have been on the highway in the first place.
In an incredibly unfortunate accident in Lauderhill on the afternoon of Monday, October 19th, nine students were injured in an unexpected school bus crash. At the time of the accident, it was unknown how many total students were aboard the bus. According to fire rescue officials who arrived on the scene, the incident, which occurred around 5 p.m. in a parking lot just off of Rock Island Road and Oakland Park Boulevard, was caused by a collision with a car.
When a school bus carrying 27 elementary school children overturned and fell into the water in mid-September, no one was seriously injured. Thanks to three Hillsborough sheriff’s deputies and a heroic 10-year-old safety officer who made headlines with his bravery, all of the students were brought to safety when the bus crashed into a pond off Nine Eagles Drive.