Virginia authorities have charged the driver of Tuesday’s fatal bus crash with four counts of involuntary manslaughter.
North Carolina-based Sky Express Inc. has been shut down nationwide, including in New York City’s Chinatown, the destination of the ill-fated bus involved in Tuesday’s crash in Virginia that left four dead and 54 injured.
Officials said a crash between a car and a New York City bus carrying 15 passengers at John F. Kennedy Airport left one person dead and several people injured Wednesday night.
Two New York lawmakers say the National Transportation Safety Board will commence a broad investigation of the low-cost tour bus industry.
By Philip J. Victor, CBSNewYork.com The week in the Tri-State area was one marked by tragic deaths and safety concerns. Two New York police officers were killed in very different incidents. A New York City […]
The company involved in last week’s bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike apparently has been under federal scrutiny.
Relatives of last week’s fatal bus crash in the Bronx returned to the accident scene for a Buddhist ceremony on Saturday morning.
New York state police say they have found all the surviving passengers who were on the casino bus that crashed last weekend in the Bronx, killing 15 people.
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.
Police were examining the wreckage of a bus that crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike Monday night to try to figure out why it crashed.
State police said two people were dead following a luxury bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike on Monday night.
A bus returning from a Connecticut casino Saturday scraped along a guard rail, tipped on its side and slammed into a pole along Interstate 95. that left 14 people dead and many others injured.