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No Defects In Party Bus Window Prom Teen Tumbled Out Of

Posted on July 8, 2014

There was no mechanical defect with the bus window that a 17-year-old Corona del Mar High School student fell through on her way to prom, the California Highway Patrol said July 7. The student survived, suffering moderate injuries.

Orange County Register article here

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Related Topics: accidents, buses, California operators, limo buses, party buses, passenger safety, prom, Safety, vehicle safety

Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 4 years ago

    I have been in the back of an old party bus and have seen windows that are latched or locked pop open with the weight of a passenger sitting on top of the sear with their back on the window. The original story said 2 passengers where sitting next to each other on top of the seat....i could see the right preassure making the window pop open. As far as the father of the girl...the children where not seating on the seat as they where supposed to be seating....but on top of the seat that caused the accident. Since chp finalized the inspection amd ruled the window operating properly, the parent should be happy his child is ok and drop any lawsuit.

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