Thursday , January 21 2021

Ottawa Bus Crash: Another story of a serious accident at OC Transpo



Firefighters and policemen work on the OC Transpo two-story bus and the VIA train from the Fallowfield station to Barrhaven in the framework of a horrific accident in September 2013.

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After the Westboro Station bus stop, we have looked back at events and events related to OC Transpo.

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APRIL 23, 1987: AOttawa firefighters suffered internal permanent injuries, a broken left leg, a broken jaw and jaw, an excessive arm and head and chest injuries after the bus service joined the OC Transpo bus. Industrial Interstate and Interstate Transitway. TThere were 70 passengers on the bus at the time, but only one woman was injured. SAfter receiving a laceration of the knee he was hospitalized.

JAN. 18, 1988: Six people were hospitalized after two OC Transpo buses and a car that was in the intersection of Riverside Drive and Transitway. He stopped the police on the road condition crashes. A bus articulated bus slid over to the back of another bus, when a second bus struck with the car. The police said One person broke their bones while others beat blows and bruises.

OCT. 29, 1990: A In the direction of the upcoming mini-van and the OC Transpo bus, route 38 to Orleans, six people were sent to the hospital, shortly after 5:30 p.m. Bus driver and Four passengers were treated to treat minor injuries. TMini-van was the only occupant of the surgical surgeon, but his injuries were not life-threatening. Then the bus driver was charged Drive from the center on the left.

JULY 19, 2003: OC Transpo bus On 86th of the holiday track, Elmvale entered the bus station at Lees Avenue, injured by several people at 7:50 p.m., awaiting the refuge unharmed, but needed six passengers for the treatment of vials and hemorrhages to fly the glass and debris. After the bus driver who was not injured in the crash, he was guilty of a dangerous driving, caused by bodily harm, and was arrested for four months in prison for trial, and was forbidden for one year to drive. He also lost his job.

The scene of a serious accident on the Highway 174, after the death of Chamin Appuhamy's 18-month-old father, was taken by the parents after their car was taken to OC Transpo bus.

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JULY 2003, 2003: Jude Appuhamy, 33, his wife Kanchana, at the age of 23, and 18-month-old son, were parked at the Chamin bus station on Montreal, 174 on Highway 17, when rented cars had mechanical problems. An OC Transpo bus chased the car, Chamin was killed, his father stopped his father in the chest and left a mother's left arm. The bus driver would be charged, but then he was not found guilty.

NOV. 9, 2004: When a bus OC Transpo caught on the banks of Albert and Metcalfe, the man was injured.

FEB. 2, 2005: SNearly the people were seriously injured, an OC Transpo bus, a 95-mile car and a car at Booth Street and at the intersection of Transitway. The 21-year-old driver of the car was hospitalized in the chest and abdominal injuries. A 27-year-old bus driver had pelvic area injuries and fractures, other passengers also had bumps and bruises range.

OCT. 19, 2005: Twelve OC Transpo passengers made treatments at small hospitals, Westbound No. The 95 bus stopped at the bus stop at the bus station at St Laurent Transitway. The injuries were not serious. The carriage caused minimal damage to the buses.

AUG. 18, 2010: Two Eastern OC Transpo buses have been redirected to Cyrville Transitway at 3:40. Paramedical sPokesman said four friends, a 30-year-old man and a woman in the 40s, on the back, neck and ribs to treat injuries that were plagued in cages..

Ottawa collides with OC Transpo buses on two buses on February 7, 2014.

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FEB. 7, 2012:61 of the Route and the Route Buses came in at the 98 minute to Transitway, west of Holland Avenue, during the afternoon. The driver of a bus later charged the police without security Paramedically, 11 passengers and one driver were taken to the hospital, such as neck pain, shoulder pain and knee pain. Other travelers tried and released the scene.

APRIL 4, 2012: A The route leaves 94 buses The farm transport station at the Algonquin College a few minutes from 7:00 p.m. and 32-year-old man crossed the street. The man attacked the pavement, while he was pouring blood from the blood and was taken to the hospital. Bus the driver would not have been charged as a pedestrian.

MAY 2012, 2012: Route 98 buses delayed another bus at Hurdman Transitway, about 8One of the first 60 bus passengers was reportedly injured.

SEPT. 18, 2013: OC Transpo driver and five passengers, after the Route 76 bus, and the Western Railway station VIA Barrhaven at Fallowfield. THe set aside the northern front of the double trap bus. Via train, locomotive and four passenger cars reached 100 meters. The locomotive and a car were dismantled.

FEB. 9, 2016: The Route 95 OC Transpo bus was heading south to the Transitway, when pedestrians were hit by serious injuries.


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