• March 09, 2017

One Injured in Port Arthur, TX, School Bus Accident

Port Arthur, TX -- March 7, 2017, at least one person was injured as the result of an accident between a school bus and a car.

Police and rescue crews from Port Arthur emergency services were called to the scene of the two-vehicle accident at around 4:30 p.m.

A Port Arthur ISD school bus was transporting students home following the school day. For reasons that aren't clear, the school bus was struck from behind by a black Ford Mustang.

As a result of the collision, authorities have reported that the passenger of the Mustang was sent to a local hospital for treatment. That person's exact condition was not specified. No students were injured in the collision.

Port Arthur Police officials did not report any citations or charges resulting from the crash. They have not reported any additional details.

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