Motorcyclist Dies After Slamming Into School Bus
Yesterday afternoon, students from South Miami High School were making their way home on the school bus when a motorcyclist slammed into the back of the bus. The incident occurred near Southwest Second Terrace and 57th Avenue.
The driver, believed to be in his 20s, instantly died on collision. No students were hurt, however the accident caused major traffic delays.
- The family of the little boy who was burned by scalding water and not taken in for medical care appeared in court. His teenage mother said she was afraid to take him to the hospital because she didn't want to lose custody for a second time. Her boyfriend, who was also arrested, has an arrest record and is facing an unrelated manslaughter case. [CBS4]
- The City of Miami will face a likely $100 million budget deficit in 2011, which will mean even more cuts to salaries and jobs. [Herald]
- Police are searching for 16-year-old Victoria Corrales who ran away from her Southwest Miami-Dade home on Sunday. [WSVN]
- The four-year-old victim of random Liberty City AK-47 fire is recovering and speaking to the media. He wants to ask his assailant, "Why did you shoot me?" [CBS4]
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