Dropped thermos suspected in deadly New York bus crash in 2017
A dropped thermos wedged between the brake and accelerator pedals of a charter bus may have been behind a 2017 crash in Flushing, New York, that killed three people, U.S. transportation investigators said. The motorcoach ran a red light at roughly 60 miles per hour and crashed into a New York City Transit Authority bus in September 2017, killing the coach's driver, a passenger on the city bus and a pedestrian, according to a final report on the accident released recently by the National Transportation Safety Board.
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