It was Reported that a School Bus Carrying Children was Involved in a Crash that Occurred at South Cleveland Avenue and Crystal Drive.
Report says, a Chevy Malibu also involved in the crash. It had lost its back bumper as a result of the crash.
According to the Lee County School District Preliminary reports, the car hit the bus at South Cleveland Avenue and Crystal Drive.
It was reported that the students on the bus were on their way home from Edison Park Elementary. Report says, some were complaining of being hurt, but none were taken to the hospital.
According to the school district’s spokesperson, the kids will stay on the bus until the investigation is over. After this, they can continue on the route if the damage isn’t bad.
He continued that if the crash is bad enough, they would send a second bus to transfer kids or parents could come to pick them up once the investigation is completed.
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