It's been a bad month for bus accidents. Already in December, there have been three unrelated, fatal collisions involving school or charter buses ferrying kids to school-related activities and events. The three separate bus wrecks occurred in Indiana, Illinois and Arkansas.
Have you ever taken a long-distance bus trip? For many years, the phrase "leave the driving to us" was part of the slogan for a well-known motorcoach company in the United States.
Riding a Greyhound bus is an economical way to get to one's destination and get the opportunity to see other parts of the country as well. Sadly, in some cases, this kind of mass transit can be deadly.
This month marked the 30th anniversary of one of Kentucky's deadliest accidents — the church bus collision in Carroll County.
The weather outside was icy, and those conditions clearly contributed to the multi-vehicle pile-up at mile marker 71 that occurred this week in Bonnieville on I-65 in Hart County. The wrecks closed all of the interstate's southbound lanes on Tuesday, Jan. 16, at approximately 9:30 a.m.
An accident in Garrison involving a school bus left some students with minor injuries, The Lewis County Herald reported. According to the newspaper, the bus was hit broadside by a truck earlier this week in Lewis County.