• May 04, 2017

5 Injured in Sandwich, MA, Bus Accident on Quaker Meeting House

Sandwich, MA -- May 2, 2017, three children and two teens were injured due to an accident where a bus and a pickup crashed on Quaker Meeting House Road.

Authorities from the Sandwich Police Department responded to the accident scene at around 3:45 p.m. They say that it took place at the intersection of Quaker Meeting House Road and Oak Crest Cove.

Preliminary information indicates that two teenagers, ages 17 and 14, were in a pickup traveling southbound on Quaker Meeting House behind a truck. The truck slowed down to make a turn, and the 17-year-old reportedly veered into oncoming traffic to avoid hitting the truck. As a result, it crossed paths with and crashed head-on into a school bus.

There were several kids, ranging from kindergartners to third graders, on the bus at the time. Only three were taken to a hospital for treatment. The 17-year-old and 14-year-old from the pickup were also taken to a hospital. Injuries were said to be non-life-threatening.

At this time, no charges or citations have been reported. No further details were released.

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