Houston, TX — March 9, 2018, one woman was injured as the result of an accident where a Spring Branch school bus struck her along Gessner Road.
According to preliminary information released by Houston Police officials, the incident occurred at around 5:30 a.m. near Gessner Road and I-10.
The details regarding what happened are scarce at this time. Officials reported that the woman was walking in the road when a Spring Branch ISD school bus failed to avoid her in time. It struck her in the roadway.
EMS transported the woman to a hospital with injuries to her legs. Police did not say if charges or citations were filed, and it’s unclear who had the right of way.
No further information has been released.
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