SEATTLE (CBS / AP) — A family from Fremont is grateful to be alive after they were thrown from an amphibious tour vehicle that collided with a charter bus in Seattle.
Four people were killed and dozens injured in Thursday’s crash.READ MORE: COVID Vaccines: Marin County Set To Expand Eligibility; Seniors Say Finding Appointments Still A Challenge
Thirty-year-old Katie Moody, who broke her collarbone, cried as she told reporters from her hospital bed at Harborview Medical Center that her “faith in humanity” was restored by people rushing to their aid.
Her father, 57-year-old Greg Moody, stood by her side. He suffered minor cuts to his face in the crash.READ MORE: Stunning Yellow Superbloom Pops Up In Half Moon Bay - 'It's Perfect'
The family decided to take the duck boat tour while in town for a Seattle family member’s birthday.
Katie Moody says she “looked up and saw the bus headed toward us.” She says the scariest part was hearing the impact of the crash.MORE NEWS: COVID: Santa Clara Supervisors Approve $5/Hour Grocery Worker Hazard Pay
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