If driving is bad in South Florida; it may be the worst at Miami International Airport. Standing on the corner for 30 minutes, CBS4 cameras rolled as drivers stopped, swerved and rolled right past the wrong way signs. The same is true of drivers of big buses and trucks.
A third person has died from their injuries after the bus they were riding in slammed into a concrete overhang at Miami International Airport.
Two lawsuits have been filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court against the bus driver and bus company involved in the deadly crash at Miami International Airport.
The bus driver behind the wheel of the chartered bus that slammed into an overhang at Miami International Airport, killing two and injuring more than two dozen others, is apologizing in a letter sent to CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.
Officials at Jackson Memorial Hospital updated the conditions of the remaining hospitalized victims from Saturday’s bus crash at Miami International Airport and to explain how they were prepared for the mass casualties.
CBS4 News has learned several victims hurt in a deadly charter bus crash at Miami International Airport have been released from Jackson Memorial Hospital. Three victims remain in the intensive care unit, and two others are stable.
The parking lot at the Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall in Sweetwater has plenty of cars, but no one was there.