In an unexpected twist in the bus-specific speed limit debate that’s been raging for the last few years in Tulsa, a bus carrying over sixty passengers—most of them senior citizens and domestic workers—crashed at only fifteen miles per hour yesterday, setting the record for slowest bus crash in Oklahoma history. “I never thought the thirty mph Stillwater bus crash of ’96 would lose its place in the books, but this one got it by double. Only fifteen mph, and still every last passenger died. That’s the whole kit and caboodle right there,” said local statistician Freidka Lee Care. The bus, which was making one of the few regularly routed left-hand turns on the Tulsa city lines, pulled into the path of a high-speed Mac truck and exploded on impact.
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