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 220;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
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?