The family involved in Tuesday’s (20 November) collision with a school bus carrying six students is clearing the air about the incident.
The incident happened at the Camana Bay roundabout when a silver Chevrolet Cruz collided with the school bus.
Following the incident bus owner Natalie Wood issued a statement saying people need to be more aware of school buses on the road.
On Thursday (23 November) Garth Humphreys, a spokesperson for the family involved in the incident, issued a statement expressing his own concerns.
“The driver was in the wrong lane and as such endangered the lives of the children on board. In addition, if the children were her (Ms. Woods) main concern she should be aware that there was a toddler in my parents’ car at the time of the incident,” said Mr. Humphreys.
Now according to police, the driver of the silver Chevy was taken to the hospital for neck injuries. No one else was injured.