Bus Crash At Miami International Airport Kills Two

Posted on December 5, 2012

MIAMI — After a bus driver took a wrong turn and entered the Miami International Airport by mistake, his vehicle was low-bridged by a concrete overpass, peeling back the top of the vehicle and killing two.

The bus, owned and operated by Miami Bus Service Corporation, stood 11 feet tall and the overpass was eight-feet, six-inches. 31 passengers were taken by ambulance to local hospitals.

Read more from the Miami Herald’s report by clicking here.

Related Topics: accidents, bus crash, buses, deaths, Florida operators, motorcoaches, passenger safety

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