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At Least 1 Dead in Work Bus Crash Near Freeport

Jarod Cassidy12 months ago

At least one person is dead and several others are injured as a result of a work bus crash in Freeport that occurred Tuesday afternoon.

Details of the Freeport Bus Crash

The Laredo Morning Times reports that the bus was carrying about 30 workers from a nearby Zachry Industrial plant when it rolled over on the Highway 36 bridge near the Brazos River.

The bus driver told authorities that he was traveling 60 mph and changing lanes when the back of the bus began to fishtail. The driver over-corrected causing the bus to overturn and roll several times before landing on its side.

One man died at the scene and about 30 other workers were transported to a nearby hospital. The extents of the injuries suffered were not immediately available.

The crash remains under investigation.

Bus Accident Statistics

  • According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), 3,978 large trucks and buses were involved in fatal crashes.
  • 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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