Ambulance Crashes into Emory University Bus

Written By: The Champion Firm Team

Date Posted: 12.08.15

Category: Personal Injury Motor Vehicle Accidents

An ambulance driver negligently crashed into an Emory University bus earlier today. The crash happened in DeKalb County at the intersection of Candler and Glenwood roads. The ambulance driver caused the crash when he ran a red light and struck the bus. According to the AJC, all injuries appear to be “minor.”

The ambulance driver was cited for running the red light. The Champion Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C., handles all types of personal injury cases involving buses, and we are currently handling a case involving an ambulance driver who crashed into the back of a car that had 5 people in it. Even though ambulance drivers are sometimes forced to drive in emergency situations, they still have to follow the rules of the road. If they do not and somebody gets hurt, the ambulance company can be held responsible.

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