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Public Transportation Disasters

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  • Motorist rams SUV into school bus filled with children in apparent suicide attempt

     
    A driver apparently bent on suicide rammed his sport utility vehicle into a school bus filled with children, officials said. The head-on crash occurred at 10:40 a.m. on the westbound 60 Freeway at Pedley Road in Pedley, said Jackie Parent,......
  • Three-vehicle crash in Pasadena causes delays on Metro Gold Line

     
    A Thursday-morning crash involving a car, a big rig and a pickup truck on the eastbound 210 Freeway in Pasadena snarled traffic and caused delays on the Metro Gold Line, after two of the vehicles ended up on the tracks,......
  • 'Fringe' recap: That wasn’t supposed to happen

     
    As you’ll remember, last week’s “Fringe” built to a heart-stopping ending. Of course, by that I mean when this Show Tracker was quoted at the end of the promo for this week. Now a less-experienced or professional television journali...
  • Four injured in MTA bus accident in Atwater Village

     
    Four people sustained non-life-threatening injuries Monday night in an accident involving an MTA bus and a car in Atwater Village, police said. The accident occurred near Los Feliz Boulevard and Revere Avenue. The bus driver and three passengers were...
  • 'How I Met Your Mother' recap: A little closure goes a long way

     
    Although “Unfinished” had a nice, unifying theme behind it — the idea that we all have unfinished hopes and dreams and relationships — it didn't quite hit the emotional notes as strongly as last week's quest for Barney's (Neil Patri...
  • Five things that could help 'Fringe' revisited

     
    Last November, I wrote a post about five things that could help “Fringe.” It was still pretty early in the second season. Like most sophomores, “Fringe” was still trying to decide what it wanted to do with its life. Did......
  • 'House' recap: Back in the swing

     
    A return to formula this week. And by that, I mean that before the opening theme: 1) The person you least suspect will collapse. 2) The person you least suspect will have a seizure. 3) Bus or plane crash and/or......
  • Deadly mudslides in Guatemala as rainy season's storms batter region [Updated]

     
    Heavy rainfall unleashed mudslides in Guatemala that have claimed at least 45 lives, and officials say hope is fading to find any survivors trapped under mud in two separate slides on the same highway in western Guatemala (link with video by the BBC)....
  • 7 injured in bus-train collision in downtown L.A.

     
    A Metro bus and Blue Line train collided Friday during morning rush hour in downtown L.A., sending seven people to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries. Among the injured were the train operator and the driver of the bus, which travels between.......
  • TCA Press Tour: Art imitates life for Dana Delaney on 'Body of Proof'

     
    Well, here's a tidbit we didn't expect: How did Dana Delaney become the star of ABC's new character-centric procedural, "Body of Proof"? "I blame it all on Nathan Fillion," Delany told the press during a panel session for the new......
  • Collecting a lot of dead fish at Echo Park Lake

     
    Remember all the fish in Echo Park Lake that may be dying from herpes? The Eastsider L.A. has a short, but interesting, post about David Foster – the man who has to collect all the dead fish floating about the......