• October 10, 2019

Teenager Injured in West, TX School Bus Accident on FM 1858

West, TX -- October 9, 2019, a teenager sustained injuries following an accident where his vehicle crashed with a school bus on FM 1858.

Investigators with the Texas Department of Public Safety reported that the accident happened at around 6:30 a.m. off the intersection of FM 1858 and Willow Lane.

In their reports, officials said that a school bus slowed along FM 1858 and activated its stop sign. While picking up kids, a 17-year-old in another vehicle crashed into the back of the bus.

Emergency services transported the teenager to a hospital with injuries said to be minor. It appears no one else sustained injuries.

At this time, additional factors surrounding the crash

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