Bus driver still critical after Greensboro auto accident
December 14th, 2007
December 14, 2007
A school bus driver is still in critical condition after being injured, along with six elementary school students, in a Monday morning Greensboro auto accident, according to the Greensboro News-Record.
The 22-year-old North Carolina car accident victim was driving the bus when it ran off the road, hit a mailbox, then crossed the center line. Afterward, the bus careened into a ditch and flipped once before landing upright.
As the driver is still in critical condition, police have not been able to determine what caused the Greensboro auto accident, although it has been determined that no one was wearing a seat belt and the driver was ejected from the bus.
North Carolina fire and burn injuries claim the life of a two-year-old
December 10th, 2007
December 4, 2007
The News & Observer reported that a home fire took the life of a two-year-old boy on Monday, who passed away from fire and burn injuries. His mother also suffered injuries while attempting to rescue him.
Six adults and three other children were present in the single-story, wood-frame home and escaped without fire and burn injuries. Authorities were still trying to determine the cause of the fire damage on Tuesday.
A 2-year-old boy perished in a fire that destroyed his home in Dunn on Monday, and investigators are trying to determine what caused the blaze.