A University of California at San Francisco shuttle bus driver pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter charge stemming from a July crash that killed a doctor on board, prosecutors said.
A University of California at San Francisco shuttle bus driver has been charged with misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter for allegedly running a red light and causing a crash in July that killed a doctor on board, prosecutors said Thursday.
Seatbelts will be installed on all University of California at San Francisco shuttle buses following a crash last week that killed a psychiatrist and associate professor.
Memorial services are planned this week to honor the University of California at San Francisco psychiatrist and associate professor who died in a shuttle bus crash last Thursday.
The bus, which collided with a big rig on Thursday morning, killing one of the passengers on board, is not required to have seat belts because it carries more than 10 passengers.