D.C. Limo Bus Crash Injures 5, Including Children


Posted on 26th November 2012 by gjohnson in Uncategorized

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Five people were injured Monday in a three-vehicle crash that involved a limo bus driving students to a private school in Washington, according to WTOP-TV.


A Reston Limousine limo bus that was transporting children to The Field School from the Friendship Heights Metro station was among the vehicles in the accident. Three children and two adults — including the limo bus driver — were taken to a local hospital for treatment, WTOP reported. And 16 additional children were taken to a hospital for observation.

The accident took place on Nebraska Avenue, with a 16-year-old and a 32-year-old driving the two other vehicles involved, according to WTOP.

The back window of the limo bus was broken during the crash.

Bus Driver Guilty Of Four Counts Of Involuntary Manslaughter In Va. Crash


Posted on 10th November 2012 by gjohnson in Uncategorized

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An interstate bus driver last week was convicted of four counts of involuntary manslaughter stemming from a crash in Virginia last year where  four passengers were killed, according to the Associated Press.


Kin Yiu Cheung, 38, of Flushing, Queens, faces up to 40 years in prison for the charges in the May 31, 2011, accident on  Interstate 95, north of Richmond, Va., AP reported.

Caroline County Circuit Judge Joseph Ellis described Cheung’s actions as “so gross and wanton” that he had to find him guilty, according to AP. During the trial, there was testimony from a state trooper that after the crash Cheung nodded yes when asked if he had fallen asleep while driving. He had been driving erratically before the accident.

Cheung was driving a Sky Express bus, a low-fare line, from Greensboro, N.C., to Chinatown in Manhattan. The bus swerved and went off the road, hitting an embankment and turning over, AP reported. Four passengers were killed and other 50 were injured.

Cheung will be sentenced Jan. 23.