• July 11, 2019

Olivia Laughter Injured in Henrico, VA, Bicycle/Bus Accident

Henrico, VA -- July 10, 2019, Olivia Laughter was injured as the result of an accident where a bus struck her while she was riding a bicycle.

Police officials say the accident occurred at New Market Road and South Laburnum Avenue at around 6:45 a.m.

Initial reports say that Laughter and another person were riding a bicycle along the road and attempted to cross the intersection in a crosswalk. A bus reportedly turned right through a red light, running the cyclist over while doing so.

According to reports, Laughter sustained non-life-threatening injuries. The other cyclist wasn't hurt. Police charged the bus driver with reckless driving.

At this time, additional details surrounding the accident remain unclear.


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