A silver SUV swerved on Bayview Drive and struck a school minivan with children on board head-on.

The 34-year-old man driving a Honda SUV lost control near Northeast 6th Street and swerved towards an oncoming school bus. Police added that six children were in the school bus when it collided head-on with the SUV.

EMS arrived at the scene of the crash moments after the crash occurred. The driver of the SUV sustained severe injuries. It was reported that he was unconscious after the crash happened.

The age range of the six children in the school bus between 11 and 15 years old. It was reported that due to the impact, all the children sustained varying degrees of injuries from the crash. The driver of the school bus is also in a critical condition.

All the people involved in the crash have been taken to a nearby hospital.

Police are investigating the cause of the crash.

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