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Toyota issues its second-largest recall to date of more than 6.3 million cars globally
Nearly 30 models of more than 6.3 million Toyota vehicles are currently being recalled in Japan, the U.S., Europe and various locations globally in the auto maker’s second-largest recall in company history. Some of the models under recall include the
Toyota recalling 2.16 million vehicles worldwide, including Prius hybrid, Toyota and Lexis models
Toyota has announced a recall of more than 2.16 million vehicles worldwide. The recall includes 711,000 Prius automobiles in the U.S. and a total of about 1.9 million Prius autos worldwide; as well as an additional 260,000 non-hybrid vehicles.
Fatal Oregon bus crash triggers multiple personal-injury and wrongful-death lawsuits
A number of lawsuits are piling up across the Pacific Northwest in connection with a 2012 tour bus crash in Oregon that killed nine people and injured more than two dozen others. One of the complaints, filed in Umatilla County,
Utah tour bus crash kills NFL player’s father
A bus driver was killed and three passengers critically injured when the tour bus they were traveling in collided with a utility truck near the Utah-Nevada border Oct. 28. The driver of the bus, Pita Asiata, 53, of Bountiful, Utah,
Fatal NJ bus crash prompts “massive crackdown” on drivers, bus companies
Another massive crackdown on commercial bus companies is underway in the New York City area following the death of a little girl who was struck by a traffic pole felled by an out-of-control bus Tuesday, July 30.
Woman injured in Texas bus crash files lawsuit
The first of what may likely be many personal-injury lawsuits has emerged from the crash of a bus in Irving, Texas, April 11 that killed two people on a Texas highway and injured more than 40 others.
Federal and state authorities begin nationwide crackdown on unsafe bus companies
Police across the county are joining federal authorities in a nationwide effort to root out bus companies with a history of accidents and safety violations. The crackdown comes in response to two deadly tour bus crashes in recent weeks, one
Canadian bus company banned from U.S. after deadly Oregon crash
The Canadian tour company whose bus tumbled off an Oregon highway December 30, killing nine passengers and injuring 26 others, has been deemed an “imminent hazard to public safety” and banned from operating in the U.S. by federal regulators.
South Korean students injured in Oregon bus crash sue tour company
A couple of South Korean exchange students who survived a bus crash that killed nine other people in Oregon December 30 are suing the Canadian tour company for their injuries.
Could traumatic brain injury explain soldier’s killing spree?
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) may have played a role in one U.S. soldier’s unprovoked massacre of 16 Afghan citizens early Sunday morning, according to numerous reports of the horrific incident coming out of the Middle East.