Time For Seminole Schools To Retire Accident-Prone Bus Driver?
Hopefully, the straw has finally broken the camel’s back when it comes to a particular Seminole County Schools bus driver. According to WFTV.com, the Florida Highway Patrol has determined that a 66-year old Seminole County Schools bus driver ran a red light before crashing into another car and then hitting a light pole in Casselberry on Monday.
Fortunately, none of the children on the school bus were reported to be injured at the scene.
It goes without saying that school bus drivers should be using the utmost care to avoid becoming involved in accidents. After all, they are carrying very precious cargo – in this instance, special needs children.
The most shocking part of this particular story is that apparently this 66-year old bus driver ran this exact same red light earlier this year, and caused another Casselberry car accident. School children were also on the bus at that time.
It appears it is time for Seminole County Schools to retire this bus driver and find one that knows what do when he sees a red light over an intersection.
If you have any questions regarding a Florida car accident after someone ran a red light, or a car accident in Casselberry or Seminole County, call Winter Park personal injury attorneys Kim Cullen and Robert Hemphill at 407-254-4901.