On December 26th, an article was published (https://thecanadian.news/bc-bus-crash-four-dead-dozens-sent-to-hospital-after-highway-collision/) originally sourced from a different news source regarding a bus accident that occurred on a highway in (insert location). Unfortunately, an error was made in the publication of this article, as an incorrect image was included.
The article featured an image of the bus company Rider Express, however, this company was not involved in the accident at all. Rider Express has no connection to the incident and the use of their image in the article was a mistake.
We do not take responsibility for the image (we do not host any images on our servers) and are only a syndication platform to allow Canadians to access news and media without a paywall. Regardless, we sincerely apologize for this error and any confusion or misunderstanding it may have caused. As a publication, it is our responsibility to ensure the accuracy of the information we provide to our readers, and in this instance, we failed to do so.
We have taken immediate action to correct the mistake by removing the incorrect image of Rider Express from the article and replacing it with the different image.
We understand the importance of factual accuracy in journalism and take all mistakes seriously. We have implemented additional measures to prevent errors like this from occurring in the future.
Again, we apologize for any inconvenience or confusion this error may have caused. Thank you to the individuals who brought this mistake to our attention, and we assure our readers that we are committed to upholding the highest standards of accuracy in all of our reporting.