Vehicle Rear-Ends School Bus in Titusville, Florida
TITUSVILLE, FL. – According to a news report published online at wftv.com, a vehicle rear-ended a school bus in Titusville, Florida. Reports have provided limited information about the accident at this time. It is not yet clear how many students were on the bus or whether anyone was injured in the crash.*
The crash happened in the afternoon on February 4, though reports did not specify the time of the accident. In the area of Harrison Street and Liberty Avenue in Titusville, a vehicle that was traveling behind a school bus crashed into the back of the bus. It is not clear how the accident happened.
The make and model of the vehicle was not reported, and it is not clear what district the bus belongs to in Florida. Photos from the scene show a red pickup truck partially wedged underneath the yellow school bus. The front end of the four-door truck can be seen completely under the bus, and the back end of the bus has crushed the windshield of the truck.
The district has not issued a statement regarding the accident at this time, and the bus driver has not been identified. Officials have not said whether any students were on board the bus during the crash, and reports did not indicate whether anyone was injured at the scene.
Authorities have not yet provided information about the cause of the crash, and they have not reported whether they suspect any factors leading to the crash, like distraction or driving too fast for conditions. The accident remains under investigation, and no further information has been released.
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