May 13th, 2010|
May 13, 2010
The San Jose Mercury News reports that a San Jose bus rear-ended a vehicle, sending six people to the hospital. The San Jose auto accident happened at the intersection of West San Carlos Street and South Almaden Boulevard.
A spokesperson for the Santa Clara Valley transportation Authority said six passengers on the bus were taken to hospitals with non life-threatening injuries. No injuries were reported by the occupants of the vehicle.
The cause of the San Jose auto accident is unknown. The bus driver will be tested for drugs and alcohol in accordance with the VTA policy.
If the driver is found to have drugs or alcohol, do you think he should automatically be fired? Should he be fired either way for causing injury to his passengers?
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