we have been reporting here this summer on frightening and deadly bus crashes. The most recent in kansas city, missouri, where a bus filled with passengers flipped over after colliding with a car. All... See More
we have been reporting here this summer on frightening and deadly bus crashes. The most recent in kansas city, missouri, where a bus filled with passengers flipped over after colliding with a car. All captured on tape. Here's abc's kirit radia. Reporter: It was a commuter's nightmare. A kansas city bus swerved to avoid a car, jumped a curve and flipped over. A security camera capturing it all. Take a look at that man in the front seat as he braces himself but slips to the floor. His leg nearly dangling out the door as the bus ripped in half. This man dragged two women from the wreckage. I prepared for the worse. I couldn't find the driver though. Reporter: Amazingly, none of the 13 passengers were killed. Just the latest in a string of high-profile bus accidents. Earlier, the government shut earlier this year, the government shut down 26 bus companies for safety violations. And now the national transportation safety board is sounding the alarm, citing tired driver, unsafe operators and poor oversight. But just how safe are buses? The tour bus industry says accidents like this one are rare. And that bus fatalities are way down this year. This year has actually been a remarkably safe here in terms of the motorcoach industry. Reporter: What safety advocates say will make bus riders safer, wearing a seat belt. Something that could have helped this man in the front row. And that crash is still under investigation. Two people are still in the hospital. And, david when you look at that video, amazing anybody survived. Incredible, kirit, thank you.
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