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October 15, 1991 | From Associated Press
A freak accident killed two 9-year-old boys Monday when a 250-pound tire broke loose from a moving truck, bounded across a median and smashed through the windshield of a school bus traveling in the opposite direction on a busy downtown highway, officials and witnesses said. Twelve children and two adults were treated at hospitals for cuts and bruises, officials said. A third adult was in "gravely critical condition," said Don Delvecchio of Jackson Memorial Hospital.
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October 15, 1991 | From Associated Press
A freak accident killed two 9-year-old boys Monday when a 250-pound tire broke loose from a moving truck, bounded across a median and smashed through the windshield of a school bus traveling in the opposite direction on a busy downtown highway, officials and witnesses said. Twelve children and two adults were treated at hospitals for cuts and bruises, officials said. A third adult was in "gravely critical condition," said Don Delvecchio of Jackson Memorial Hospital.
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August 30, 1987
Fourteen people remained hospitalized, three of them in critical condition, as federal and state authorities investigated a school bus crash in Bronson, Fla., that killed five children and their driver. The bus carrying 19 learning-disabled and handicapped children and two adult aides was hit broadside by a flatbed truck that apparently failed to heed a stop sign, officials said. "From the point of impact it appears there was no skid mark--no deceleration at all," said investigator Chuck Bastik.
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August 30, 1987
Fourteen people remained hospitalized, three of them in critical condition, as federal and state authorities investigated a school bus crash in Bronson, Fla., that killed five children and their driver. The bus carrying 19 learning-disabled and handicapped children and two adult aides was hit broadside by a flatbed truck that apparently failed to heed a stop sign, officials said. "From the point of impact it appears there was no skid mark--no deceleration at all," said investigator Chuck Bastik.
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