College students endure minor accidents when girl hits Owen J. Roberts faculty bus

EAST VINCENT TWP., Pa. – A girl is within the hospital after the automotive she was driving crashed into a faculty bus in Chester County. 










It occurred round 8:00 a.m. Wednesday within the space of Stoney Run Highway and West Bridge Road in East Vincent Township. 

A bus filled with elementary college students from the Owen J. Roberts College District was hit. 

Dr. Will Stout, Superintendent of Faculties, says some college students had minor bumps and bruises.







Bus hit in East Vincent




Stout despatched a message to district households saying “a few of the scholars had been launched to their dad and mom on the scene of the accident, and others had been transported again to the college by a substitute bus.”

Ed Smith, Principal of East Vincent Elementary College, rode the bus again to the college with the remaining college students, who had been examined by their faculty nurse.

Preliminary experiences say the automotive hit the bus, then drove by means of a wooden fence earlier than coming to a cease.







Bus hit in E. Vincent




Crews had to make use of instruments to take away the motive force from the automotive. The extent of her accidents is unknown at the moment.

Owen J. Roberts College District says officers will maintain dad and mom, guardians, college students and the neighborhood knowledgeable of any developments on this scenario.

Stout continued to say in his assertion that faculty officers are in touch with the transportation firm and will probably be requesting a replica of the incident report.

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