January 14, 2010
WABC-TV reported a school bus carrying 16 high school students and a teacher was involved in a
Connecticut auto accident on Saturday morning.
The school bus collided with a station wagon on Interstate 84 when it was on its way to a robotic competition. The bus then crashed through a guardrail and went down a 20-foot embankment as a result of the Hartford auto accident.
One high school boy was killed in the Hartford auto accident. Two other students suffered critical injuries, while the rest of the passengers also suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Police are continuing their investigation of the accident.
Hartford auto accident lawyers at Carter Mario can help if you were injured in an accident.