The horrific crash of a discount bus that left 15 people dead and 18 others injured on a Bronx highway last year was the result of a “perfect storm” of situations involving driver fatigue, speed, poor company oversight, and bad highway design, a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigators concluded. The World Wide Travel motor coach was returning to Chinatown after an overnight gambling run to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut. At 5:38 a.m. the bus swerved onto the shoulder of I-95, struck a guardrail, and toppled over. It then skidded for about 500 feet before it collided with ... Read More
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