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Crash Involving Two Buses and a Tractor-trailer Injures 13

bus driving on highway

According to The Dallas Morning News, thirteen people sustained injuries after a crash involving a semi-truck and two passenger buses on the highway near Hillsboro, Texas, on Tuesday night.

Details of Injury Accident

Traffic northbound on Interstate 35 between Hillsboro and Waxahachie was slow due to construction at around 10:30 p.m. The crash occurred when a bus failed to slow down and struck the rear of a semi-truck. After the initial collision, the semi crashed into a bus in front of it.

A Megabus was carrying 37 people, nine of which, plus the driver, were transported to the hospital with injuries. The second bus carried 48 people. Two passengers on the second bus and the driver sustained injuries. The Dallas Morning News reports that the semi-truck driver was hurt in the wreck as well.

The injured were taken to several different local hospitals, reports The Dallas Morning News. The remaining 73 passengers were transported to a travel center at Carl’s Corner by a Hillsboro ISD school bus. Both buses were on the way to Dallas when the crash occurred. Officials have not determined whether to file charges.

Company Vehicle Accidents

Companies are generally responsible for the actions of their employees when their employees are acting as agents for the company. This means that when a company vehicle is involved in an accident, the driver and/or company may be liable for damages. The driver may be responsible if negligence played a role in the accident.

Additionally, employers may be liable for:

  • Negligent Supervision
  • Failure to Verify Proper Licensing/Certification
  • Negligent Hiring Practices
  • Failure to Properly Train Drivers
  • Failure to Maintain Vehicle

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