Thanks to a witness who came forward and exposed the bus driver's lie that the incident never happened, a passenger severely injured by a bus is getting a settlement
She suffered shoulder and neck injuries, and underwent multiple surgeries to repair three herniated discs. Wright-Johnson now collects disability, unable to work at her finance job.
At trial, bus driver Tze Cheng told jurors the accident never even happened.
Then a witness came forward and testified:
After hearing that, jurors last week found the MTA at fault — and were hearing testimony to determine money damages.
That’s when the MTA quickly settled.
The real question is "What did the MTA know and when did they know it?" Were they a party to the false testimony given by the driver?