Oregon Tour Bus Crash Leaves 9 Dead; 38 Injured
UPDATE 1/6/2013: Korean-American Lawyer, Ted S. Shin offering victims and families of this tragic incident free consultations
UPDATE 1/4/2013: Two other passengers who died in this tragic crash were identified by the Oregon State Police:
Ae Ja Kim, 61, of Gungwon Province, South Korea
Chun Ho Bahn, 63, of Bothell, Washingon
In a horrific crash on Sunday December 30, 2012, a tour bus carrying 47 passengers crashed in Oregon leaving nine passengers dead and the others injured. TorkLaw is providing free legal consultations by one of our Korean speaking attorneys to all who have been affected by this crash.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families who have been effected by this tragic incident.
INVESTIGATION INTO CAUSES OF CRASH
Investigation of the accident and recovery from the scene has been slow due to the severity of the crash itself. It appears that the tour bus driver was heading down a slope at around 10:00am on Interstate 84 when he lost control of the bus, crossed over a concrete barrier across both lanes of opposite traffic. The tour bus then crashed through a guard rail and fell nearly 200 feet down an embankment.
Among those confirmed dead are: Yong Ho Lee, 75, Youmin Kim, 11, Dale William Osborn, 57, Oun Hong Jung, 67 Joong Wha Kim 63.
The tour began in Vancouver, British Columbia and was on a 9-day trip down to Las Vegas. The crash occurred in Oregon east of Portland while on its way back to conclude the trip. The bus and tour were operated by Mi Joo Tour and Travel.
FREE LEGAL CONSULTATION WITH KOREAN SPEAKING ATTORNEY
TorkLaw is providing victims, families and friends of this horrific crash with free legal consultation with Korean Speaking attorney at the firm. Call today for a free consultation (888) 845-9696.
KOREAN SPEAKING US PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER AVAILABLE FOR EVALUATION AND INVESTIGATION
Attorney Ted Shin, serves as Of Counsel to the firm and is available to speak with anyone who has been affected by this tragic crash. Most of the passengers on the tour bus were Korean and investigations are being slowed because of a language barrier. To speak with Mr. Shin, who is fluent in Korean and is a US trained lawyer, please contact our offices today (888) 845-9696
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