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1 Child Dead, At Least 45 Others Injured in Memphis Bus Crash
Jarod Cassidy1 year ago
A child is dead and dozens of others are injured after a bus carrying a youth football team from Memphis, Tennessee crashed in Saline County, Arkansas.
Details of the Fatal Saline County Bus Crash
According to FOX 13, the bus was transporting the OMYA Elite football team back to Memphis from an All-Star game in Dallas, Texas when the driver lost control of the bus, causing to roll off the interstate near Benton, Arkansas.
Children aboard the bus were 8 to 12 years old. At least one child is dead and 45 others, including some adults, were injured in the crash.
Reports indicate the bus was owned by Scott Shuttle of Somerville, Tennessee.
The number of injury crashes involving buses and large trucks increased by 55 percent between 2009 and 2014.
From 2004 to 2014, intercity bus accidents accounted for 13 percent of all fatal bus crashes. School buses accounted for 41 percent and transit buses accounted for 33 percent.
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If you or your child have been injured in a bus accident, contact Thomas J. Henry. Our team of experienced bus accident attorneys are available to evaluate your claim 24/7, nights and weekends. Thomas J. Henry has the financial resources and the track record of winning that you need in a law firm.