Are you come here to news see the Hunter Valley bus crash?
If yes, then you are on the right page. Just after 11.30 pm on Sunday, emergency services were called to the roundabout on Wine Country Drive near the Hunter Expressway off-ramp at Greta.
The bus, which had 36 people onboard including the driver, overturned approaching the third exit of the roundabout, the passenger side falling onto the guardrail.
- A bus carrying guests from a wedding in the NSW Hunter region overturned at about 11.30 pm.
- 10 people have been confirmed dead
- The driver, a 58-year-old man, has been charged
- Police continue to work on identifying everybody who was on board the bus
Anybody with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
People are asked to not contact Cessnock Police Station with information to leave that line free for people seeking their loved ones and relatives.
What caused the Hunter Valley bus crash?
What caused the crash? Police are expected to allege in court today that Button, the bus driver, who crashed in the Hunter Valley was driving “too quick” as he entered the roundabout, rolling the coach.
How many people died in the Hunter Valley bus crash?
The driver of the wedding bus which crashed in the Hunter Valley and killed 10 has been granted bail. Fifty-eight-year-old Brett Button will be released.
What Condition of the Patient
As of 2 pm, one patient was in a critical but stable condition and eight patients were in a stable condition at John Hunter Hospital, including two patients who were transferred from Maitland Hospital to John Hunter Hospital.
Three patients are in stable condition at Maitland Hospital.
One patient is in a stable condition at Calvary Mater Newcastle and two patients are in a stable condition at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
A number of patients have been treated and discharged.