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UPDATE: Amy Evans Injured in Accident with School Bus On Lake Shore Boulevard in Mentor, Ohio

MENTOR, OH — Amy Evans was hurt in a collision involving a car and a school bus that happened in Mentor, Ohio on Tuesday, April 14th, 2015. News reports of of Concord Township was not clear on the exact time of the accident.

38-year-old Amy Evans was hurt when the Pontiac Sunfire she was driving and a school bus collided while driving at the intersection of Meister Road and Lake Shore Boulevard. The report did not say exactly which vehicle may have been at fault in the collision.

Evans was flown to a hospital in Cleveland where she was last reported in critical condition.

Mentor Police were assisting Highway Patrol officers with the accident investigation.

Scene of the Accident

View of the Road


People need to know there is a pretty vast difference between accidents with commercial vehicles like delivery trucks or 18-wheelers, and accidents with government vehicles like mail trucks or school buses. Considering the government set up the rules of how people can file claims, it really shouldn’t surprise anybody that the rules operate a little differently, and a little more in their favor. If the bus in this accident is found to be at fault, then moving quickly would be the first thing I’d keep in mind. Sometimes the statues of limitations with claims against government vehicles are cut down to 25% of what they would normally be with any other accident, in addition to a number of other hurdles and hoops. These obstacles are by no means impossible to navigate, but it does take a bit of experience.

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