A tour bus driver whose minibus flipped on an Arizona road while traveling from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon, killing two Chinese tourists and injuring eight others in 2010, admitted during court testimony that he had been driving 5-15 mph over the speed limit posted ahead of a sharp bend. Driver Zhi Lu told jurors in Los Angeles Superior Court that he did not notice a sign reducing the speed limit from 55 mph to 35 mph on U.S. 93 / Pearce Ferry Road. Subsequently, he rounded the corner going 40-50 mph, stuck a sign designating the bend, and ... Read More
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