No serious injuries reported in accident involving school bus with students onboard [PHOTOS]

They were luckily no serious injuries reported in an accident involving a school bus this afternoon.

The accident happened at the intersection of Chestnut Street and Vermont Avenue.

There were approximately 15 students on board at the time, police say.

[Heshy’s Towing]


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There are 4 Comments to "No serious injuries reported in accident involving school bus with students onboard [PHOTOS]"

  • Insider says:

    For those who want to know, it was not the bus driver’s fault. The other driver was on a cell phone and was distracted and caused the accident. People, need to slow down and pay attention to the road. Kids lives are at stake, obey the school lights and stop signs

  • Pikuach nefesh says:

    The underlying cause of all these accidents and especially busses is “driver stress” which is being caused by the unbearable traffic situation in town. Maybe the next ask the mayor should address this issue and try to come up with ways to correct the damage or at least stop it fro getting worsen perhaps a real traffic study with suggestions would be helpful. This is probably the biggest issue facing this town and it is being ignored!

  • OBEY THE LAW says:

    O B E Y T H E TR A F F I C L A W S. P E R I O D.

  • OUT OF HAND says:

    Accidents occur by the dozen and it doesn’t seem that any concrete action is taken to prevent further damage. Why are accidents occurring daily? Yes, everyone is in a rush and life is very busy. But can we improved basic street safety? Can we think of others when driving?