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Transport Authority probing Manchester crash
2013-01-23 10:49:59 | (0 Comments)
The Transport Authority has launched a probe into the operations of a public passenger motor vehicle involved in a crash along the Shooters Hill main road in Manchester.
The crash, which happened last Friday, injured 18 students of the Holmwood Technical High School.
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The bus is said to have overturned while it was going around a corner.
The police have cited speeding as a factor leading to the crash.
The driver of the mini bus, Fabian White, has been charged with dangerous driving and is to appear in court on February 14.
The Authority said investigations are ongoing and the public will be notified as more details become available.
Meanwhile, the Authority is reminding public passenger vehicle operators to act responsibly and refrain from speeding on the nation’s roadways.
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