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Lake Katrine Bus Accident Leaves Nine Students With Minor Injuries

Lake Katrine Bus Accident Leaves Nine Students With Minor Injuries

Lake Katrine bus accidentWhen you entrust your child in the care of a bus or school service, you expect that they will not be involved in a serious accident. However, sometimes accidents cannot be prevented no matter how much we would like them to be. This was the case for two school buses on Monday afternoon.

Accidents Involving School Buses

On Monday afternoon, a Lake Katrine bus accident involving two different buses at Miller Middle School occurred, injuring nine students. Town of Ulster police responded to the scene.

The incident occurred when 50-year-old John W. Sinsabaugh was driving south in the parking lot of the school when it suddenly rear-ended a bus driven by 60-year-old John Dodd. Nine students were left with non-life-threatening injuries. They were treated at the scene and nobody had to be transported by ambulance.

Many services were called to the scene including the Ulster Hose Fire Department, Kingston City School District, and more.

If your child has been injured in any type of personal injury accident, you may wonder what rights you have. You might want to support your child during this difficult time as you help them form their claim. Call us for more information on how this is done at Silbowitz Garafola Silbowitz Schatz & Frederick.

This post is not intended to be a solicitation for business, but rather a news story outlining information on bus accidents and those who are affected by them. We continue to bring you the latest news in personal injury law on an informative level.


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