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Bus Accident Lawyers Discuss Fatal MTA Bus Accident

Bus Accident Lawyers Discuss Fatal MTA Bus Accident

A 7-year-old boy riding a battery-powered motorized scooter was killed after being struck by an MTA bus in the Bronx on May 26th, 2018, police say.

The child was struck on East 184th St. and Webster Avenue in Fordham Heights around 3:30 pm.

The child was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Witnesses say the reason why the bus driver did not see the boy in time was because the 7-year-old came zooming down the sidewalk, down a hill and into the street. The sidewalk is behind a building, so it created a blind spot for the bus driver, driving down Webster Avenue.

The MTA bus came to a stop almost a block away from where it struck the boy.

Witnesses say the driver remained on the scene and was questioned by police, but was not taken into custody

It is unclear where the boy’s parents were when the accident happened.

The family is blaming the MTA for the deadly accident and taking legal action, filing a $15.5 million lawsuit.

The MTA has refused to comment.

To discuss the details of an accident that you or a loved one may have been injured in, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. It is possible to arrange for an initial no-cost consultation with Bronx bus accident lawyers. Such a consultation is fully confidential and without obligation. For more information, please contact us.

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