• March 15, 2019

Four Students, One Adult Injured in School Bus Accident on 52nd St in Kansas City, MO

Kansas City, MO -- On March 11, 2019, a school bus collided with a passenger vehicle near a Kansas city intersection, sending four students and the car's driver to the hospital.

Police say the incident happened around 4:00 p.m. near the intersection of Woodland Avenue and 52nd Street. While the circumstances of the crash aren't yet clear, reports say the northbound bus, carrying 20 young students and two adults, crashed with a Honda Civic.

Four of the students aboard the bus suffered non-life-threatening injuries during the crash and were transported to local hospitals for treatment. The Honda driver was also taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Kansas City police continue to investigate the crash.

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