Parents of man killed by Greyhound bus file lawsuit
CENTRAL POINT, Ore. —
The parents of 25-year-old Hunter Brown who was struck and killed by a Greyhound leaving Central Point in June are filing a lawsuit against the Greyhound Lines, Inc. for gross negligence.
"This case is about more than just the death of Hunter Brown. It's about public safety. Because all of us when we take an airplane or we go on a bus trip, we assume that the company has trained pilots and drivers who are going to get us to where we're going and do so safely," said Charla Aldous, the parents' attorney.
In addition to damages the Aldous hope to change Greyhound's business policies.