Accident bus driver pleads not guilty

Accident bus driver pleads not guilty

There are 4 comments on the Fiji Village story from Dec 2, 2012, titled Accident bus driver pleads not guilty. In it, Fiji Village reports that:

A 26-year-old bus driver of Rakiraki who was involved in a fatal road accident in Karavi, Ba, which claimed the lives of three people pleaded not guilty to his charges in the Lautoka Magistrates Court today.

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unknown

Brisbane, Australia

#1 Dec 7, 2012
The driver's licence must be cancelled and must be jailed for at least 6yrs mini....2yrs for 1 life he is responsible for....
He has no idea what those 2 families must be going through!!!!
stupid

Suva, Fiji

#2 Dec 7, 2012
unknown wrote:
The driver's licence must be cancelled and must be jailed for at least 6yrs mini....2yrs for 1 life he is responsible for....
He has no idea what those 2 families must be going through!!!!
buses are somehow involved in most accidents and the results are very fatal.
but thse gaint companies are not able to discipline there drivers. new buses with powerful engines. drivers are arrogant and seem less to care.

recently made a trip to lautoka and a green coloured bus FU766 running full speed in rainy day on the zebra lines.
seem less to care about any rules
alyssa

Pennant Hills, Australia

#3 Dec 7, 2012
love the sunbeam express buses. however, their drivers are dicing with death when it comes to speed.Had to tell one to slow down as i would like to reach my destination in one piece.

well it is too late for the driver to say sorry. damage has been done. both he and the company should be held accountable and should pay a hefty fine and compensate the families dearly. i believe bus companies may be pushing for time... just remember people , speed kills and finally, STOP, REVIVE, SURVIVE.
stupid

Suva, Fiji

#4 Dec 7, 2012
alyssa wrote:
love the sunbeam express buses. however, their drivers are dicing with death when it comes to speed.Had to tell one to slow down as i would like to reach my destination in one piece.
well it is too late for the driver to say sorry. damage has been done. both he and the company should be held accountable and should pay a hefty fine and compensate the families dearly. i believe bus companies may be pushing for time... just remember people , speed kills and finally, STOP, REVIVE, SURVIVE.
Thats a hard slogan for the driver to swallow. most are uneducated and school leaver and many have got their PSV through scruplus means.

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