Woman Involved In Goldsboro School Bus Wreck Pleads Guilty
Posted February 16, 2005
GOLDSBORO, N.C. — A motorist pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges stemming from a chain-reaction wreck in Goldsboro last April that sent several people to the hospital.
The driver, Niaka Bryant, had been charged with failure to stop for a red light and for driving with a revoked license.
In a plea agreement, she pleaded guilty Wednesday to driving with a revoked license and the failure to stop charge was dismissed.
She received a 45-day jail sentence, which was suspended and was ordered to pay a $150 fine.
Police said the wreck was caused when a driver who ran a red light and caused a chain reaction crash involving a school bus.
The bus rammed through a telephone pole, then hit a tree.
The car barreled into a day-care center, just missing two women standing out front.
The bus driver and six Goldsboro High School students went to the hospital.