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Bus Accident on Route 95
A bus accident can cause catastrophic injuries to victims. Buses are larger than the average vehicle on the road, and they have large blind spots and difficulty stopping. They also carry many passengers at a time, so a bus accident can cause injury to multiple victims.

On May 30, State Police received information about a vehicle accident involving a bus. The accident occurred on Route 95 southbound at Exit 30. The report of the accident was given to police around 9:00 in the morning, and emergency personnel arrived on the scene soon afterwards.

Upon arrival, they found that the bus was disabled in the right lane. Traffic became backed up to Exit 32 as first responders secured the scene. At least one individual sustained injuries, and medical care was given to this individual at the scene. The extent of their injuries is still being determined.

There are many personal injury attorneys in the greater Boston area.  Unfortunately for many clients, despite what they may say on their TV commercials, they are not going to do the job these clients deserve. Many of these attorneys will promise to get you money fast via a settlement. While there is nothing wrong with settling a case prior to trial, or even filing a court case, as most cases will settle, it is important to make sure you are fully aware of the scope of your injuries, any long-term or permanent damage, and the cost of treatment and rehabilitation.

Boston Personal Injury A perfect example of what can go wrong can be seen in what some would claim is a typical car accident. In this example, a plaintiff is stopped in traffic and the car behind her rear-ends her vehicle.  There is enough force to deploy the airbags, and she is suffering from extreme pain in her neck.  While the human body is very resilient, we tend to see a lot of injuries to the C-5 and C-6 discs of the cervical spine. This is the part of the spine located in the upper back and neck, and these injuries are what we commonly refer to as whiplash. Continue reading

Bus Accident on I-93
Bus accidents can be extremely dire as the large weight and sheer size of these vehicles can be a dangerous force. Accidents involving passenger vehicles can also impact many people at a time. Bus drivers must remember to use extreme caution, and other drivers must remember that large vehicles can have large blind spots and difficulty braking quickly.

On May 24, an MBTA bus driver and two passengers were transported to Massachusetts General Hospital with minor injuries after a car and bus collided on Interstate 93 southbound.

Officials in Charleston received a report that an Everett woman driving a 2016 BMW attempted to enter the HOV lane by crossing over rubber strips. This caused the bus already in the HOV lane to strike the driver’s side of the car. The accident occurred at 9 in the morning, and emergency personnel responded shortly afterwards. The HOV lane was shut down until about 10:55 a.m., and emergency personnel directed traffic around the area. The extent of the injuries is still being determined.

Vehicle and Bus Crash on I-93
Bus accidents can be extremely devastating as the sheer weight and size of these vehicles can be a deadly force. These accidents can also impact multiple people as buses often carry many passengers. Bus drivers must drive with extreme caution, and other drivers must remember that buses and other large vehicles have large blind spots and take longer to come to a stop.

On May 23, the Massachusetts Police Department received a report of a two-vehicle crash involving a vehicle and an MBTA bus. This accident occurred on I-93 southbound in the HOV lane on Lower Deck in Boston around 6:50 a.m.

Upon arrival, emergency responders administered care for minor injuries and transported victims to Massachusetts General Hospital. The HOV lane was closed for several hours as Medford Police proceeded to block the access to the lane and direct traffic away from the wreckage.

Bus Rear-Ended in Brockton
Vehicle accidents often happen when they’re least expected. The sheer weight and speeds involved In many cases can result in severe injuries. By remaining attentive and following the rules of the road at all times, you can help protect yourself and those around you. However, even the most cautious driver can be involved in an accident

On May 22, a VHS van carrying one student was rear-ended by a Ford E-series van. The accident occurred near Pearl Street and Torrey Street, and emergency responders were called to the scene shortly afterwards. Reacting to the call of a crash involving a transportation van, police and firefighters arrived at the scene around 7 a.m.

Upon arrival, first responders discovered that the Ford had collided into the back of the van and causes substantial damage to the rear. The lone passenger in the VHS van was an Easton school student, and they suffered minor injuries in the accident. Statements were taken by police, and the roads were cleared and open to regular traffic shortly afterwards.

Injuries Reported in Bus, Dump Truck Accident
Vehicle accidents involving commercial vehicles can be severe because these vehicles are large.

A crash involving a bus and a dump truck was reported on Route 128 in Beverly on Monday morning. Three students were on board the bus when the crash happened. One child from the bus was taken to the hospital for minor injuries.

Accidents involving buses or other commercial vehicles can cause injury. This is because these vehicles are so large. Bus accidents can also sometimes cause multiple people to be injured. It is so important for all vehicle drivers to not drive negligently. Careless Actions can lead to car accidents.

Update: Woman Dies After MBTA Bus and Vehicle Crash
Vehicle accidents can be devastating. When someone dies in a vehicle accident, their family and friends are left to grieve.

The driver of an SUV who was involved in a head-on collision with an MBTA bus in Saugus has passed away.

The Route 429 bus and SUV hit on Felton and Essex streets on Sunday afternoon. Six people were injured.

Driver of SUV Dies After Crash Involving MBTA
This is an update to an emerging story that was reported on earlier today.

A Saugus accident that involved a woman driving an SUV hitting head-on into an MBTA bus occurred on Sunday.

It has now been reported that the SUV driver, 47-year-old Kathleen Callahan, has passed away.

6 Injured in MBTA Related Crash
A head-on collision in Saugus that involved an MBTA bus was captured on surveillance tapes.

Six people suffered injuries because of this incident.

The accident occurred at around 4 in the afternoon on Sunday. An SUV that was being driven by a 37-year-old woman allegedly hit a parked car and then veered into the opposite lane and hit the MBTA bus head-on.