School Bus Accident Leaves Two Dead; Child Injured in Jackson County, Georgia
JACKSON COUNTY, GA – According to an online news report at jacksonherald.com, a school bus accident leaves a couple dead and a child injured.*
A couple is killed and one child is injured after an accident involving a school bus. The accident occurred in Nicholson, Georgia. The child is reported as having sustained serious injuries in the crash.
The couple were tragically pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. An elementary school aged child in the couple’s car was taken to an area hospital following the wreck.
The driver of the bus indicated to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office that he was going northbound on Highway 441 where he saw that a small vehicle lose control while it was going southbound. As a result, the couple’s vehicle crossed over the median and into the path of the school bus.
The Georgia State Patrol is currently conducting an investigation of the accident. There are no further details on the accident at this time.
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