Bronx tour bus crash
Williams was driving a tour bus from a Connecticut casino to Chinatown on March 12, 2011, when his bus veered off I-95 in the Bronx, and slammed into a signpost.
On Monday the driver in the tragic tour bus crash that killed 15 people in the Bronx broke his silence. Ophadell Williams said outside of his home in Brooklyn that he’s having a difficult time.
Two recent fatal tour bus crashes originating from Chinatown has put the spotlight on the fleets of inexpensive buses plying the highways of the Northeast.
State officials have suspended the license of the driver of the tour bus that crashed in the Bronx on Saturday, amid new questions about whether he should have even been issued a license to drive a bus.
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