Two injured in Florida accident involving school bus

Two injured in Florida accident involving school bus

A collision between a compact vehicle and a school bus in Clearwater, Florida resulted in two personal injuries, and an investigation is underway to figure out the cause of the crash, a January 3 article of Clearwater Patch reported.

Reports revealed that at around 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, a two-vehicle collision took place at the Fort Harrison Avenue and Drew Street intersection. The school bus driver, 52-year-old Joseph Dale Morgan, was in the southbound lane of Fort Harrison when he was struck by a passenger vehicle operated by 58-year-old Edward Michael Burke, who was heading west on Drew Street. Rescuers took the better part of an hour to extract Morgan from the bus, as he was pinned inside. Burke and Morgan were both treated due to injuries they sustained. A male student, who was a passenger on the bus at the time, was not hurt in the incident. Initial investigations of the Clearwater Police revealed that the collision happened after Burke failed to stop at a red traffic light.

Incidents such as these, unfortunately result in the burden of costly hospitalization and car repair for affected families. If this sounds familiar and you live or were injured in Fort Walton Beach, the attorneys of the The Bruner Law Firm may possibly help you get the financial aid you need from any possible negligent parties. Call us today at (850) 243-2222 for your immediate legal assistance.


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