Two busses collided with each other in an Orlando bus accident on October 27, according to JustivceNewsFlash.com. A LYNX bus slammed into the back of a school bus in the morning. Four children and three adults were sent to the hospital.
Investigators claim that the school bus was stopped and had its lights flashing when it was hit by the commuter bus. The driver of the commuter bus was identified as 60-year-old Raymond Miles, and was among those injured. He could not explain why he slammed into the back of the school bus. Charges are pending against Miles.
What is the appropriate action to take against Miles here? Should he be allowed to drive a bus again?
Wooten Kimbrough, P.A.—Orlando personal injury attorney.