Saturday, 12 December 2009
NOT A GOOD FIRST DAY FOR JONAH AS HE TRIES OUT NEW JOB!
Ten children were taken to hospital today after a double-decker bus had its roof ripped off when it collided with a bridge.
The bus with 40 schoolchildren on board crashed into a railway bridge in Leicester at about 10.30am. Its top was almost completely torn off. Police said 10 children were taken to hospital for treatment to cuts and bruises, but their injuries were not thought to be serious.
The driver, a MR GORDON BROWN, was on his first day as a trial Busdriver although he is still working at his other job of RUINING THE COUNTRY, but it is thought he is likely to be made redundant in May of next year.