Orlando, Florida – Five people were injured early this morning when a bus owned and operated by Walt Disney World collided with a tractor trailer.
The Disney Magical Express bus was on Boggy Creek Road in Orlando when the accident happened according to the Florida Highway Patrol. The injured victims, including the bus driver, were taken to a local hospital.
The Disney bus takes people back and forth to Orlando International Airport.
A sixty-nine year old tourist from Massachusetts was killed after he walked in front of a bus at Walt Disney World last December. FHP records indicate that Robert Krueger stepped in front of the bus in the parking lot of Disney’s Port Orleans resort. He was transported to Orlando Regional Medical Center where he later died.
In another tragic Disney bus accident in April 2010, a boy from St. Petersburg was struck and killed by a bus while riding his bike at the Fort Wilderness Resort campground on Walt Disney World.
The Florida injury lawyers at Hannon Legal Group have successfully represented victims and their families in bus accident cases in Orlando and throughout the state of Florida. If you or someone you love has been injured in a Disney bus accident, contact an experienced Florida injury lawyer today or call for a free, no obligation consultation at (866) 835-6872.