It was a “rara” parade, of Haitian music played on traditional instruments, with onlookers often joining in the procession. After accident, people became hostile and began throwing rocks at the bus and other vehicles. They even tried to burn the bus with the passengers inside. The driver of the bus had already the attempt to flee. Emergency workers took the injured to hospital, while police tried to control the angry crowd at the scene. “The bus, the passengers and the driver were all placed into the care of the local authorities,” said Faustin Joseph, civic protection coordinator for the area. are common at this time of year as the country gears up for the celebration of Easter. Haitian roads are dangerous and chaotic, with few rules observed by pedestrians and drivers.