Two more lawsuits filed in 2005 Greyhound bus crash

In late November, 2005, a Greyhound bus headed along the 101 to San Fransisco crashed when it went off the road, slid on to its side, and rammed into a tree. Two more personal injury lawsuits have been filed recently, alleging that the Greyhound company was responsible for the automobile accident that resulted in the wrongful deaths of a 22-year-old pregnant woman and a 50-year-old man. Although California Highway Patrol first believed that the driver of the bus had fallen asleep at the wheel while driving that early morning, the county District Attorney’s Office announced in June of 2006 that it believed that the driver had suffered an epileptic seizure. These two lawsuits are the latest in a string of personal injury lawsuits that have been filed against Greyhound and the driver of the Greyhound bus for their roles in causing the automobile accident that injured over 40 people.

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