November 2, 2005 at 3:23 pm in Uncategorized
The Orange Line (San Fernando) had its public grand opening on Saturday, October 30.
It had been previously reported that there were “ongoing concerns about safety.”
Today, an Orange Line bus collides with a car.
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Gregg Fuller said on November 2, 2005
It was bound to happen as people get used to the new traffic patterns.
Hopefully this’ll be a good warning to everyone to pay a little more attention while driving around the new Busway.
Brian Humphrey said on November 2, 2005
Here you go…
LAFD News Blog post on the collision.
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
LAFD Home Page: http://www.lafd.org
LAFD News Blog: http://www.lafd.org/blog.htm
wil said on November 2, 2005
The LAFD blog says
The driver and sole occupant of the sedan, a 78 year-old Woodland Hills woman, was transported in fair condition to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills by LAFD ambulance. In light of the damage to her vehicle, Firefighter/Paramedics treating the woman are confident that her seat-belt use combined with the deployment of her vehicle’s airbag minimized her injuries.
What do you think the odds are the driver was on the way to a farmer’s market?