News: Cyclist hit, injured by school bus in Richland Township

ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PA — One person was injured late Tuesday when they were hit by a school bus while riding a bicycle in Richland Township, according to WPXI.

The incident occurred on Route 8 (William Flinn Highway), near a Rite Aid store. Dispatchers first received the call shortly before 11:30 p.m.

It was unclear what led up to the accident, but a medical helicopter was requested. The cyclist was transported to a local hospital with undisclosed injuries.

No one else was reported hurt.

Footage taken at the site shows a full-sized school bus and a significantly mangled bike in the aftermath.

At this time, Northern Regional Police have not released further details.


At Chaffin Luhana, a seasoned team of Pittsburgh personal injury attorneys is dedicated to fighting for the compensation you deserve after a traumatic accident. Contact us today at (412) 345-8144 or online to schedule a consultation at no cost. We are here to help you navigate all your legal options during a difficult time.