Fatigue-Related Greyhound Bus Accident in San Jose Kills 2 and Injures 8
Early on Tuesday, January 19, 2016, a Greyhound bus accident in San Jose, California killed 2 and injured 8 0thers.
According to officials, Greyhound’s driver admitted to being fatigued when he plowed the bus into a series of safety barrels on U.S. Highway 101 causing it to roll onto its side and across the concrete center lane divider.
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According to an officer with the California Highway Patrol, Greyhound’s driver also admitted to stopping for a caffeine break in Gilroy not long before the crash.
A passenger corroborated the admission by stating to officials that the driver appeared tired after reboarding the bus in Gilroy and was “weaving and jerking the wheel.”
Then, just a few moments later, the heard a loud sound “like a lightning strike hit the bus.”
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