Forest-Side Depot Drivers NTC "Refuse" to Drive Several Bus
8 May 2013 - Défi Media Group
Tuesday morning, , May 7, several drivers of the National Transport Corporation (NTC) have returned to their bus depot Forest Side, after they have noted mechanical failures.
These drivers have preferred not to take risks, especially after the terrible accident occurred Friday, May 3 Soreze where a Blue Line bus of the NTC was reversed following a failure of the braking system, according to passengers .
Ten people, including the driver, died when a forty others were injured.
Anthony Gerard, spokesman for the Association of Open Bus Drivers, told Radio Plus, Tuesday, May 7, he saw between 25 and 30 bus drivers and conductors of the filing of Forest Side. He accused the management of the NTC of "harassment."
Management of the NTC was unreachable for comment in the morning. They were taken in the preparation of the response to the Private Notice Question (PNQ) the Leader of the Opposition, focusing on accident Sorèze.