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Bus driver hurt in Harrisburg car accident

Posted On Behalf of Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyers on May 17, 2012 in Car Accidents

A bus driver was injured in a Harrisburg car accident, reports Penn Live.

After crossing an intersection, the bus driver veered to the right when she hit a curb in the Harrisburg car accident. After hitting the curb, the driver over-corrected and hit the same curb for the second time in the Harrisburg car accident.

The bus ran into a truck in the nearby McDonald’s parking lot in the Harrisburg car accident. The truck was pushed into another set of cars in the Harrisburg car accident. The second set of cars were pushed into a restaurant where the Harrisburg car accident caused noticeable damages.

The bus driver was thrown out of the bus in the Harrisburg car accident.

After being thrown off the bus, the bus continued across the street and finally hit a body shop. One more car was damaged in this Harrisburg car accident.

The bus driver was taken to the hospital with serious Harrisburg auto accident injuries. There were no kids on the bus in this Harrisburg car accident.

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What do you think caused this Harrisburg car accident? Do you believe the driver should be held liable for the damages done after the driver was ejected in the Harrisburg car accident? The drive was not in control at that time the vehicle crashed into the body shop.

If you have been injured in a Harrisburg car accident, the Harrisburg car accident attorneys at Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyers can help you.