• October 24, 2017

2 Injured in Amarillo, TX, School Bus Accident on NW 15th

Amarillo, TX -- October 23, 2017, two people sustained injuries following an accident where a school bus crashed off the roadway.

The Amarillo Police Department reported on the incident, saying that it happened at around 8:10 a.m. near the intersection of Northwest 11th Avenue and North Harrison Street.

According to preliminary police investigations, a school bus was traveling along the roadway at the time. It's unclear if any students were on-board. Officials say the driver suffered an unspecified medical episode, causing the bus to swerve off-road. It collided into several parked cars before coming to a stop.

The driver was taken to a local hospital with unspecified injuries. Another adult on the bus was treated for minor injuries. No additional injuries were reported.

Police have not released any additional information at this time.

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