After investigating the 2017 fatal school bus fire in Iowa, the National Transportation Safety Board recommends several new school bus safety requirements and calls for fire suppression systems on school buses.
The driver is bringing students home from school when he feels the floor getting hot and pulls over. He safely gets all five students off the bus before it is consumed by flames.
The driver with KC Premier Transportation is able to safely evacuate students from the bus after it breaks down and catches fire under the hood.
The National Transportation Safety Board releases information revealing Donald Hendricks had trouble walking and other medical issues leading up to the fire.
The fire appears to have been caused by a mechanical issue in the bus. No one is on board at the time.
The fire reportedly starts in the engine compartment of the Poland Local Schools bus. No one is on the bus when it catches fire.
The South Carolina driver stops the bus at a gas station and safely evacuates 40 kindergartners from the bus before it catches fire.
A fire breaks out on the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System bus around 7 a.m. on Tuesday morning. No students are aboard at the time.
The bus driver with Monarch Academy was able to evacuate the students from the bus before it caught fire. The driver was treated for smoke inhalation.
The fire is determined to have started in the front of the bus, but the cause remains under investigation.
The state Department of Education confirms that all 1995 and 1996 models, which accounted for a majority of the state’s thermal events, have been scrapped and replaced.
As a Tennessee school bus driver starts his morning route, his bus reportedly strikes an SUV, which hits a utility pole and both vehicles catch fire. No students were on board at the time.
A driver with Madison (Ohio) Local Schools was able to pull the bus over to a safe location and properly evacuate students.