I understand that ため means "in order to" or "goal".

I don't understand how it works in this sentence though. Could someone please explain.


This is how I interpret it:

The bus accident | in order to continue being | before the departure | Police etc investigate


「ため」 has many meanings. In this context, it means "because (of)", "owing to", etc.

"Because bus accidents continue to take place, the police and ~~~~ before departures."

Because you cut off the sentence in the middle, I could not translate it fully.


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