• January 18, 2017

Cadaryl Drayton Killed, Four Hurt in Bus Accident in North Charleston, SC

North Charleston, SC -- An incident between a passenger car and a school bus took the life of 29-year-old Cadryl Drayton and left four students with injuries in North Charleston, SC.

It appears the collision took place at Rivers Avenue and Greenridge Road about 10:55 p.m.

The report claims the bus was stopped at a red light when the incident happened. From the details of the early report, it is believed the truck rear-ended the bus, killing Mr. Drayton at the scene of the incident. Of the 13 students on board the bus, four were allegedly left with non-life threatening injuries. The injured victims were treated and released from a local hospital.

It is unclear at this time what caused the incident.

The official investigation is ongoing and may reveal more details as it concludes.

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The details in early media reports is always sparse. Unfortunately, even the police reports often leave out important details in their conclusion. We really have no idea based on the information we have available to us at the moment. The only way we can reasonably make any determination as to who is to blame in this accident, we need to examine the matter more thoroughly. Considering there are so many possibilities as to what would cause this accident, we would be doing a disservice to everyone involved if we didn't explore all the angles first.

-- Grossman Law Offices


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