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Authorities Shut Down Oregon Operator Involved In Party Bus Death

Posted on April 1, 2013

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Five Star Limousine, a Portland, Ore.-based chauffeured transportation company that was involved in a party bus death in September 2012, has been ordered by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission to cease operations and pay a $2,000 fine for operating without a valid Washington operating permit.

Dave Pratt, assistant director of transportation safety for the state utilities and transportation commission, said the fatal Portland accident, in which 11-year-old Angie Hernandez fell out of a Five Star Limousine party bus window, brought the company to the state's attention.

Read the original article by The Columbian here: State shuts down Five Star Limousine after girl's death

Source: The Columbian

Related Topics: accidents, deaths, illegal operators, Oregon operators, party buses, regulatory enforcement

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