The wreckage from the Cincinnati bus crash was inspected by investigators Monday as several injured passengers continue their recovery in the hospital. The Greyhound bus flipped over after running off an interstate over the weekend, injuring at least 35 people. The Associated Press via Centre Daily shared the latest updates on Sept. 16.
The driver in the Cincinnati bus crash had been with the company for 15 years and reportedly had a “clean record.” One passenger told media that it seemed the driver, 64-year-old Dwayne Garrett, had perhaps had a medical problem just prior to the crash. Whether that was the case, or what may have happened that led to the accident, is still under investigation. The driver spoke with authorities at the scene and seemed “conscious and alert.”
Monday authorities inspected the brakes and other mechanics of the Cincinnati bus crash vehicle. The company indicates the bus had recently had its annual inspection. Authorities will also be reviewing the bus surveillance video to see if that reveals any details about what led to the accident.
Luckily nobody has died as a result of the Cincinnati bus crash, though six passengers remained hospitalized Monday.