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Motor Vehicle Collides in to the Rear of a School Bus in Bulloch County


August 19, 2021

GEORGIA - A news report published on www.statesboroherald.com states that a Bulloch County school bus was involved in a rear-end collision that occurred close to the East Georgia Regional Medical Center.*

According to the director of public relations with Bulloch County Schools, Hayley Greene, a Bulloch County school bus loaded with about 30 students from Sallie Zetterower Elementary School and a bus driver was struck from behind by a motor vehicle at around 2:10 in the afternoon.

School district personnel and emergency first responders arrived at the accident scene.  The EMS examined the bus driver and the students for injuries while school district personnel reached out to the kids' parents.  According to Marlin Baker, the principal of Sallie Zetterower, was at the accident scene helping get the students to their parents.

According to Greene, the school bus had just started its route and was stopped on Bermuda Run Road to drop off three children at their stop. While the bus was stopped, the bus was hit by a Pestmaster Exterminator Services pickup truck.

Statesboro Police are handling the accident investigation.

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Source:

https://www.statesboroherald.com/local/no-injuries-tuesday-school-bus-accident/

Category: Accident Blog

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