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Greenville County School Bus Accident in Simpsonville, South Carolina

May 16, 2022

SIMPSONVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA - According to an article published on, District Media Relations Director Tim Waller reported that a Greenville County School bus was involved in an accident last Friday.*

Mr. Waller stated that eleven Ellen Woodside Elementary students were aboard the school bus when it was involved in a severe accident. He also reported that Emergency Medical Services assisted the injured children at the accident scene. Waller stated that the students were brought to their homes on a different school bus.

No one involved in the bus accident was transported from the accident scene to the hospital. However, some children may have been brought to the hospital at a later time. The South Carolina Highway Patrol also reported that the school bus accident occurred at Fork Shoals Road and West Georgia Road at around four in the afternoon. 

The school bus accident is currently under investigation by law enforcement. No additional information about the Greenville County School bus accident has been released at this time. The South Carolina Highway Patrol will provide an update at a late time.

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