Unfortunately, some reports confirmed one casualty in a fatal two-vehicle crash. The authorities confirmed that a 59-years-old Council Bluffs man James McCoy died on Monday morning. This unfortunate demise was confirmed by the officials in a two-vehicle crash. The accident was very deadly in which his car was hit by a school bus near Eppley Airfield. The report has been issued on Monday afternoon by Omaha Police. The name of the victim who passed away in this fatal accident was James A. McCoy. The person was pronounced dead at the scene. The rescue officers were also not able to secure his life.
Let us also tell you that the news of the accident has been announced by the Omaha Police on Monday Afternoon. Since the news surfaced on the internet, people start sharing their heartfelt condolences and rich tributes. We are also very upset to hear about this tragic news. Just after the accident take place, the authorities reached the place but still can’t secure the person. After that, the officials identify the deceased as James McCoy who died on the spot just after the accident. Now, people are praying for his resting soul and giving their heartfelt condolences to his family.
Furthermore, the investigation of the accident has been also going on. Let us also tell you that the crash happened at 6:54 AM near Abbott Drive and Locust Street. After the crash, the police reached and tried to divert the traffic around the intersection near the Omaha Airport.
The accident happened because the school bus which is heading west on Locust Street ran the red light. After the bus driver jumps the traffic signal, the bus hit the 2005 Acura traveling northbound on Abbott Drive. The police department also shows its interest in this matter and urges drivers to be cautious and patient.
Not only this, but the authorities closed Abbott Drive till 10 AM. Fortunately, there were no passengers available at the time of the crash. But, the driver had to follow the traffic rules while driving. So far, the driver has been detained by the police and transferred to Nebraska Medicine after claiming pain. The case remains under investigation. We will update our page with some fresh details and you need to follow Bulletin Zone.