Jacksonville school bus crash leaves 4 with injuries

The Florida Times Union reports on a school bus crash that occurred on Tuesday morning, which is only the second day of school.  Four people suffered minor injuries when the bus collided with another vehicle about 7 a.m. Tuesday in Jacksonville’s Arlington area.  Of 40 students and a driver on the bus, two students were taken to a hospital for evaluation. A backup bus took the remaining students on to Terry Parker High School. Apparently, a vehcle ran a stop sign and collided with the bus.
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Running stop signs are a serious problem in Florida, and contribute to devastating accidents.   In these accidents, the motorist that is running the  stop sign is often driving at high speeds, or is driving the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. Therefore, these accidents are often high-impact collisions that end with multiple injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured, please contact Edwards & Ragatz, P.A. today. Our attorneys have the skills, experience and resources to effectively advocate on your behalf. Read more safety tips for motorists from the National Safety Council
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