Two Students Injured in School Bus Crash in Mobile County, Alabama
MOBILE COUNTY, AL. – According to an online news report from weartv.com, two students were injured in a school bus crash January 8 in Mobile County, Alabama. It is not yet clear how the crash occurred. The students’ injuries were not life-threatening.*
The accident occurred on the morning of January 8 on Lott Road in Mobile County. At approximately 6:40 a.m. a school bus and another vehicle collided at the intersection of Lott Road and Gaynor Road. Reports did not indicate what school district or school the bus was affiliated with, nor did they indicate the make and model of the other vehicle.
Eight students were on the bus at the time, according to the police report. Two of the students on the bus were injured, and emergency responders took them to a nearby hospital for treatment. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency says the students’ injuries consisted of “minor bumps and bruises” and were not life-threatening. It does not appear the bus driver was injured.
The driver of the other vehicle sustained non-life threatening injuries, and an ambulance crew transported him or her to a local hospital. No one involved in the accident has been identified.
Authorities did not indicate what caused the crash or how the crash unfolded. They did not identify any contributing factors or any causes they might be investigating. No information about citations or possible charges has been released. The school district involved has not made a public statement about the wreck. No further information has been reported at this time.
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