• September 11, 2019

6 Injured in Fresno, CA School Bus Accident on Belmont Avenue

Fresno, CA -- September 11, 2019, six students were injured as the result of an accident involving a school bus along Belmont Avenue.

In their initial reports, California Highway Patrol officials said that the crash happened at around 7:00 a.m. off the corner of Belmont Avenue and Fowler Avenue.

According to police officials, a Clovis Unified School District bus was traveling along eastbound Belmont at the time. For reasons which remain unclear, a Dodge Charger struck the bus from behind.

Following their arrival, emergency services transported six students from the bus to local hospitals. Their exact conditions are unknown at this time.

It's currently unclear if police filed charges after the crash. They did not give any further details.

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