SEPTA Bus and Minivan Collision in Philadelphia Injures Three
March 16, 2018
During a SEPTA bus and minivan collision in Philadelphia, three individuals sustained personal injuries. In the Bustleton section of the city, a SEPTA bus and minivan collided on Verree Road around 3:30 pm on Thursday afternoon. After the bus and minivan collision, the bus careened into the woods. A 16-year-old passenger on the bus incurred minor injuries while the bus driver sustained unknown injuries, Both were taken to the Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital. The driver of the minivan sustained critical injuries.
Oftentimes, bus accidents may lead to numerous injuries and even fatalities for any parties involved. Buses do not offer the range of safety features that other vehicles do, so passengers and drivers may be more vulnerable when a crash occurs. Due to their top-heavy construction, minivans may roll over during an accident, which may cause severe injuries of the head and spinal cord.
If you or family members experienced an injury in a bus accident, our Philadelphia bus accident lawyers at Nerenberg Law Associates, P.C. will dedicate their time and efforts to your case. Call today at 215-569-9100 for a no-obligation, free consultation or contact us online. Our law practice serves clients in Philadelphia and Montgomery County, Delaware County, Bucks County, and Chester County, but also represents clients in New Jersey and Central Pennsylvania.