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Deadly Texas casino bus crash results in 8 deaths and 44 injured

The driver of a bus carrying more than 50 people on a trip to a casino lost control on a wet U.S. 83 north of Laredo, causing the bus to go off the highway and rollover. Eight persons were killed and 44 were injured in the crash. It is unclear if the driver was traveling too fast for conditions or if some mechanical failure may have contributed to this tragic crash.

Texas School Bus Crash Kills 1, Injures 3 Students

A three-vehicle crash injured three school bus students and left one driver dead this morning. According to law enforcement officials, the crash happened when one driver's car swerved slowly across the median line and into the oncoming lane of vehicles. Despite both drivers' attempts to avoid the wreck, the car hit the bus head-on.

Texas School Bus Crash Kills 1, Injures 3 Students

A three-vehicle crash injured three school bus students and left one driver dead this morning. According to law enforcement officials, the crash happened when one driver's car swerved slowly across the median line and into the oncoming lane of vehicles. Despite both drivers' attempts to avoid the wreck, the car hit the bus head-on.

Commercial drivers and highway safety: too many tour bus accidents

Truckers are of course not the only commercial drivers on the road. Bus drivers require commercial licenses as well. And they too often engage in behavior behind the wheel that causes serious or even fatal accidents.

Commercial drivers and highway safety: too many tour bus accidents

Truckers are of course not the only commercial drivers on the road. Bus drivers require commercial licenses as well. And they too often engage in behavior behind the wheel that causes serious or even fatal accidents.

Federal agency to issue rule requiring seat belts on buses

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is about to put an end to a debate that has gone on since 1977 - whether or not motor coaches (i.e. commercial buses) ought to have seat belts on them.

Federal agency to issue rule requiring seat belts on buses

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is about to put an end to a debate that has gone on since 1977 - whether or not motor coaches (i.e. commercial buses) ought to have seat belts on them.

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