Feb 8, 2015 3:33 PM
MANCHESTER - A school bus driver lost control on I-93 in Manchester at mile marker 18 on Sunday around 10:15 a.m.
The bus driver tried to slow down because of traffic, but lost control. The bus traveled across one lane of the highway, into and over the guardrail, and ended up 70 feet down the embankment.
There were no children on the bus, and no other vehicles were involved in the accident. The roads were slick from the accumulation of snow. Portions of the highway were closed for approximately 4 hours while the bus was removed.
Troopers from The Commercial Vehicle Enforcement and Bedford Department assisted the Manchester Fire Department and the New Hampshire Department of Transportation.
Anyone with information pertaining to this incident is encouraged to contact Staff Sergeant N. A. Noyes.
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