I think it’s time to collate the bus crash stories. They seem to be multiplying worldwide. We know they franchise psyOp stories – strange in a world of worldwide internet access – so it’s easy to see patterns. Perhaps the repetitive nature helps reinforce the fear.
This simple google search shows that they’re going into overdrive on bus crash stories.
bus crash – Google News
At least 46 people died when a bus tumbled down a cliff onto a rocky beach Tuesday along a narrow stretch of highway known as the “Devil’s Curve,” Peruvian police and fire officials said.
Mexican authorities say five people visiting from the United States were among 10 people killed in a fiery car crash on a coastal highway in southern Mexico.
Investigators on Tuesday were combing through a mangled Greyhound bus to determine whether any mechanical problems caused it to careen from a road in the Utah desert on New Year’s Eve, killing a 13-year-old girl and injuring 12 other people.
The DeKalb County Medical Examiner’s Office said the man killed early Monday in a crash with a MARTA bus was 26-year-old Robert Boyd Jr.
The Decatur man was traveling on Clifton Springs Road near Pine Hill Road shortly after 1 a.m. when his car crossed the center line and crashed into the bus head-on, said MARTA spokeswoman Stephany Fisher.
The driver was pronounced dead at 1:33 a.m., Fisher said.
[The president of Kenya’s last name is Kenyetta – odd – Ab]
At least 30 people were confirmed killed and several others injured when a bus collided with a truck on a road in central Kenya, the country’s President said.
36 seriously injured in Maanzoni bus accident [PHOTOS]
Bus crash driver ‘high on meth’ | Bangkok Post: news
Passed out bus drivers + hero stories:
1/1/18 Basketball coach averts potential tragedy after bus driver passes out at the wheel – National | Globalnews.ca
Basketball coach averts potential tragedy after bus driver passes out at the wheel
12/28/17 Passenger saves Ontario Northland bus after driver passes out at the wheel on Highway 401 – Toronto – CBC News
From what I know, bus drivers aren’t even half as regulated as truck drivers, yet they carry people, and often lots of them. Perhaps a worldwide campaign to make people at least aware of this issue, including the fact buses are generally the cheapest form of transportation due to their low wages and low maintenance/regulation?