16 Month Old Killed in East Texas School Bus Accident
Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 23-Jan-2013
A school bus accident in Tyler, Texas claimed the life of an 16 month old girl, when she was struck by the Chapel Hill ISD bus after it had unloaded children on Tuesday afternoon, officials said.
The young girl was identified by police as Aria Liz Preciado.
According to reports published by WOAI News, the young girl walked in front of the bus after children unloaded at a neighborhood bus stop. She was knocked over.
Initially, the bus driver was not aware the little girl had been struck but later pulled to the side.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of little Aria.
School Bus Accident Attorneys in Texas
School bus accidents often involve pedestrians because of the high foot traffic at bus stops and school involving children. As a driver paying close attention to children in the area that may not have even been passengers on the bus is an important aspect of protecting children and bus passengers alike.
In addition, adherence to bus signals and school zone speed limits, by passenger vehicles I vital to protecting students on school buses as well as school bus drivers.
If your child has been injured or killed in a school bus accident, call our bus accident lawyers in Texas at 800-359-5690, contact our Texas bus crash lawyers online or visit one of the 10 office locations for our school bus accident lawyers in Austin, San Antonio, Temple and across the state for a complimentary case evaluation regarding your case. We care. We can help.
- Written by admin