School bus rear-ended by vehicle in Cleveland. No injuries reported.
Another Cleveland school bus was involved in a minor accident Friday morning, the second accident involving a bus in two days.
Cleveland Police dispatchers said a Cleveland Metropolitan City School District bus was carrying one child near West 69th Street and Dennison Avenue at 8:43 a.m. when a driver rear-ended the bus.
Paramedics responded to the scene, but there were no reported injuries, dispatchers said.
More reports from our archive:
A school bus carrying children and two other vehicles collided this morning in Northeast Philadelphia.
The yellow bus, white van and red SUV were involved in the chain-reaction wreck at Rhawn and Eastwood Streets around 9:45 a.m.
At least nine injuries were reported including children on the bus.
Oberlin Police and fire responded to an accident involving two school buses at approximately 12:04 p.m. Thursday.
Students from Lorain County JVS were being transported back to school from a field trip when the accident occurred.
Officials with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department confirm a school bus and a passenger vehicle were involved in a crash Friday afternoon.
The incident occurred around 4:30 p.m. near the Sam Jones Expressway and Bradbury Avenue.
A Wake County school bus was involved in an accident at Louisburg Road and Fox Road just south of I-540 in Raleigh Tuesday afternoon.
Pictures from the scene appeared to show a Dodge pickup truck rear-ended the bus.
Several Humble ISD elementary students were injured Tuesday morning after their school bus was involved in an accident in northwest Harris County.
The district said the accident happened around 7:45 p.m. on FM 1960 near W. Lake Houston.
Humble ISD said the bus was transporting six special education students to Summerwood Elementary when it was rear ended by a Honda Civic.
A 44-year-old Vancouver man was cited for driving while texting after he was involved in a Sunday afternoon accident.
The southbound side of the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway has reopened after a 30-minute closure due to an accident. Two vehicles were involved in the accident at mile marker 17, about seven miles from the north shore.