• October 10, 2019

Pedestrian Injured in Louisville, KY School Bus Accident on Cane Run Rd.

Louisville, KY -- October 10, 2019, a pedestrian sustained injuries due to an accident where a school bus struck them along Cane Run Road.

Authorities with the Louisville emergency response departments said that the collision occurred at around 7:00 a.m. off the corner of Cane Run Road and Farnsley Road.

In their reports, officials did not specify the exact details surrounding the crash. It appears a person was in the roadway as a Jefferson County Public Schools bus was driving through the area. That bus then struck the pedestrian.

The pedestrian, age and name unknown, went to a hospital with injuries of unspecified severity. No one else was hurt.

Currently, the exact circumstances surrounding the collision are under investigation.

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