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Friday, May 15, 2009
Tourists Die in California Bus Accident
A bus accident in California recently involved a tourist bus with 36 passengers on board. The bus was about 100 miles southeast of San Francisco, California on U.S. 101 when it overturned on an overpass, ejecting four passengers and killing at least five.
At the moment it is believed that the bus is the only vehicle involved in the bus accident. The bus crashed into the guardrail on the overpass, tipping onto its side and injuring dozens.
If you’ve been involved in a bus accident, you may be able to recover damages for your injuries. Injuries from a bus accident can be very serious, some of the most common injuries people suffer include:
• Broken Necks
• Broken Arms
• Broken Legs
• Head Injuries
Bus accidents are very difficult to handle without the help of an experienced bus accident attorney. Injuries from a bus accident can change your life forever, and you deserve to recover what you can from those responsible for the bus accident.
To learn more about bus accidents and to find out if you will be able to recover damages for your injures, please contact the Accident Lawyers Network today to schedule an initial consultation with a bus accident attorney near you.
posted by Evan Langsted at 4:38 PM
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