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Is the bus driver to blame for crash in the Anaheim hills?

A school bus accident in Southern California is leaving people with more questions than answers. The crash occurred in the hills of Anaheim when the bus, which had 11 students on board, ran off the road and crashed into a tree. Fortunately, the bus did not roll over and no one was ejected from the vehicle. Also, no one was killed in the crash.

Why accident investigations are important

Fatal car accidents can leave loved ones emotionally devastated. After all, losing a child or parent in an accident changes you forever. As you struggle to move on, you certainly want answers and want the responsible parties to be held accountable. This is why crash investigations are critically important to finding those answers.

Left turns continue to be a risky proposition for drivers

Despite the joy of open roads and freeways in Riverside County, driving can be dangerous; especially for pedestrians and bicyclists on city streets. Essentially, left turns are particularly treacherous. According to federal crash statistics, more than half of all crossing-path injuries involve left turns. This is nearly ten times the number of injuries suffered with right turns. Moreover, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that 36 percent of fatal motorcycle accidents involve left hand turns.

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