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School Bus Accident Ejects Teen in Washington DC

A multiple vehicle crash in Washington D.C. lead to the injury of 21 people, one of those was a young teenager who was ejected from the school bus they were in.

On November 26, 2012, a multiple vehicle accident including three vehicles and a school bus occurred on Nebraska Avenue in Washington D.C. The accident happened when a vehicle turned into oncoming traffic, causing vehicles to have to swerve out of the way which caused the four vehicle accident.

The school bus had 18 children that were sent to the hospital for injuries. The bus driver suffered from a broken ankle and a 14 year old boy had suffered serious injury after he was ejected from the bus. Five other people were also hurt and sent to the hospital with minor injuries.

Has your child been in a school bus accident? Did they suffer injury? If you would like to be compensated for your losses such as medical expenses, call a Washington D.C. accident attorney for a consultation. They will review the accident report and even gather more evidence if necessary. They will be sure that your family gets the compensation they deserve.

 

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