Bus crash news
13/01/2011

Clio driver cut free from bus crash may make compensation claim

A woman driver of a silver Renault Clio had to be cut free from her car after it was in a bus crash near Preston.

The B254 at Leyland was closed for nearly two hours as firefighters helped the woman from the car before she was taken to the Royal Preston Hospital with a head injury.

The bus, owned by John Fishwick and Sons, was empty at the time of the road traffic accident, apart from the driver, so no passenger injury was suffered.

Once liability for the bus crash has been established, it may be possible for personal injury compensation to be claimed by one or more of the victims through a no win no fee solicitor.

 

 

 
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