Miami Police reported that a car crashed into a school bus after running a traffic light on South Miami Avenue.
An emergency crew spokesman reported that the five children on the school bus sustained injuries from the accident. The authorities also confirmed that the driver of the bus as well as the driver of the car were injured.
Reports says the 31-year-old man driving a Toyota Camry crashed into a school bus with five students on board. The crash happened on South Miami Avenue, police said. The driver reportedly ran into the intersection without observing the red light and it struck the school bus.
A silver colored Camry sideswiped the school bus. The bus swerved, overturned and came to rest on the side of the road.
The driver of the bus sustained non-life threatening injuries, police reported. The driver of the Toyota sustained life-threatening injuries. All the victim of the crash has been transported to a nearby hospital for treatment.
The cause of the crash is being investigated.
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