Two school buses were damaged beyond usability by a tornado in Henryville, Indiana recently and the owner of the private contract bus service Alice Hunt, told WHAS11 news that her insurance carrier had offered the company far less than it would cost to replace the school buses with used buses with comparable mileage because they were valuing the buses based on year model without consideration for value.
The insurance carrier is reviewing the claim.
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