Massachusetts officials are filing criminal and civil charges against a driver whose bus crashed into a highway overpass in Boston, injuring 35 high school students and chaperones returning to the Philadelphia area from a trip to Harvard University.
A coroner says there were no signs of drugs or alcohol found in the body of the bus driver involved in a crash that killed a pregnant college lacrosse coach earlier this month in central Pennsylvania.
Massachusetts State Police are continuing to review evidence as they try to piece together how a bus driver failed to heed warning signs and slammed into an overpass in Boston Saturday night, injuring dozens of Bucks County High School students.
Authorities have identified the Philadelphia driver who was operating a bus that struck an overpass in Boston, injuring dozens aboard. Massachusetts police say 66-year-old Samuel J. Jackson was driving the bus Saturday night.
Officials say no one on the bus was injured, but someone in the other vehicle was taken to a medical center to be checked out.
A double-decker crash in Syracuse, New York has claimed four lives; one of the dead is from the Philadelphia area. The vehicle, called a Megabus, was traveling from Philadelphia to Toronto.
A bus carrying passengers from Philadelphia to Toronto crashed into a bridge in upstate New York. Four people are dead and several others are hurt.
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