A Pittsburgh bus driver has been placed on probation following a fatal accident that resulted in the death of a university student.
According to Indiana Gazette, 34-year-old Shavonne James, has been put on a three-year probation for involuntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment of life following a bus accident that occurred last year.
James pleaded guilty at the Allegheny County Court for the charges tied to the January 2020 accident. 20-year-old Barbara Como was killed by James as she was driving her Port Authority bus in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood. Another person’s life was also put in danger during the tragic accident.
Como was majoring in anthropology and psychology at University of Pittsburgh before having her life taken away.
The information below was provided by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration:
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