Passenger Killed After Falling Out Of Boston Party Bus

Posted on August 23, 2016

One passenger was killed and another was injured after they fell out of a party bus in East Boston this weekend, according to the limo company.

The accident happened the morning of Aug. 21 at about 2:00 a.m. on Route 1A in East Boston. According to the Entourage Livery Inc., two passengers fell out of an emergency window on the bus.

“We are unsure how the window got open,” said Brandon Braddock, General Manager of Entourage Livery Inc. “The only thing we do know, is that one of the passengers mentioned repeatedly, she kept trying to open that specific window for air.”

The company extends their condolences to the victims and says this is the first accident they have had since starting their business in 1999. The driver was not cited.

CBS Boston article here

Related Topics: accidents, Boston operators, deaths, Massachusetts operators, party buses

Comments ( 2 )
  • Anthony

     | about 2 years ago

    https://m.yelp.com/not_recommended_reviews/celebrity-limousine-north-attleboro This is a clear example of how this company ran their business.... the fact that the death happened in boston, the state regulators will act swift and with the law and file the proper charges

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