Driver Killed When Truck Hits Charter Bus On Long Island

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Speaking to reporters at the scene, the police spokesman, Insp. Kenneth Lack, said witnesses told police the truck was speeding before the crash. Emergency rescuers worked for nearly an hour to free the bus driver and a passenger who was aboard the bus. Authorities said they suffered serious, but non-life-threatening injuries and were being treated at local hospitals. The driver of the pickup truck was killed in the collision. A group of neighbors were gathered near the crash site Tuesday morning, many saying they were shocked and scared, as they watched emergency crews maneuver through the mangled wreckage to remove the injured parties. I heard a huge thud a bang it wasnt like screeching of tires, it was just like a huge bang, neighbor John Fiore said. I was in my den, which backs up to Roslyn Road and I heard it. Fiore said he and his neighbors were very, very concerned about speed in their neighborhood, noting a residential development is just feet from the crash site. Were careful, he said. Its very scary, especially if you have children. You have them running around.
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Pickup truck crashes into charter bus in Albertson; 1 dead

(6:07 PM) Videos ALBERTSON – The driver of a pickup truck was killed today after crashing into a charter bus in Albertson. The crash occurred at around 9 a.m. at the corner of Roslyn Road and Heathcote Drive. Nassau police say a black Dodge Dakota pickup truck traveling south on Roslyn Road crossed the yellow line into the direct path of a Coach USA bus that was heading north. They say the impact killed the truck driver immediately. READ MORE: Transportation Stories The bus then slammed into a tree, trapping the driver inside for nearly an hour. There was one other passenger inside the bus at the time. Both the bus driver and the passenger sustained serious injuries. Police say it appears the truck’s speed played a major role in the fatal accident. Coach USA released a statement saying it was aware of the accident and that safety is the company’s No. 1 priority.
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Pickup truck driver killed in head-on crash with charter bus in Long Island as 2 others injured

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(Credit: Newsday, News 12) Galleries Traffic map, cameras The driver of a pickup truck was killed in a collision with a charter bus in Roslyn Heights early Tuesday, Nassau County police said. The 60-year-old male driver of the Coach USA bus and its only passenger, a 38-year-old man, had serious injuries and were taken to a nearby hospital where they were listed in critical condition, according to police. The driver of the 2006 Dodge Dakota pickup was identified as Facundo R. Ponce, 43, of Glen Head. Data: Most dangerous local roads Insp. Kenneth Lack, a Nassau police spokesman, said witnesses told police the driver of the pickup was driving excessively fast southbound on Roslyn Road, near Heathcote Drive, at about 9 a.m. when the truck crossed into oncoming traffic and nearly crashed head-on into the northbound bus. “It appears the 2006 Dodge may have crossed the double yellow line going southbound,” Lack said.
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in Albertson. The truck driver was killed while the bus driver and a passenger needed to be cut free from the Coach USA vehicle, authorities said. The unidentified driver of the Dodge Dakota pickup died at the scene in the harrowing 9 a.m. crash on Roslyn Road at Heathcote Dr. in Albertson. The Coach USA bus slammed into a tree. Albertson Fire Chief Jason Lasek told the Daily News the bus driver and a single passenger were trapped for nearly an hour as emergency crews from three Nassau County towns worked to cut them free. Theodore Parisienne Authorities said the driver of a black Dodge Dakota was speeding when he hit the Coach USA bus head-on on Roslyn Road around 9 a.m. Paramedics rushed the two victims to Winthrop University Hospital with serious but nonlife-threatening injuries, officials said. The pickup truck, which was speeding on the 30 mph road, may have crossed a double yellow line before hitting the bus, cops said. Theodore Parisienne Emergency crews remove a body from the site of Tuesday’s crash in Long Island. Roslyn Road remained closed as of 3:45 p.m.
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Cops: Truck driver, two critical after bus crash

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Additional information was not available. It took firefighters about 30 minutes to extricate the driver. No extra funds for SROs next year While the Cumberland County Board of Education will roll over funds budgeted in the 2013-’14 school system budget to pay for the school resource officer positions at four schools, no additional funds are proposed in the 2014-’15 budget, Director of Schools Donald Andrews told the Cumberland County Board of Education Thursday. April 1, 2014 Old Uncle Gibb: Eldridge Myatt introduces bill to form Cumberland County The Mill Creek community was in Morgan County prior to 1855. Eldridge Myatt and his family lived in this community, having come from North Carolina prior to 1820. Mr. Myatt served in the Tennessee Militia and in 1824, he served as a road commissioner, viewing and laying out roads in the rural mountains. He was elected to the Tennessee Legislature and served from 1855-1857. April 1, 2014 Habitat for Humanity celebrates 54th home dedication Mykel and Traci Richard were officially welcomed into their new home Feb. 27.
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