Kentucky public school bus crash injures four students

Jefferson County school bus crashes car on Brownsboro Road injuring 4 kids.

Louisville, KY(–Four children were transported to Kosair Children’s Hospital, by emergency medical personnel on Wednesday morning, after the Jefferson County Public School bus they were riding was involved in a motor vehicle accident (MVC). As reported by WAVE channel 3, NBC news affiliate, Jefferson County police officials claim the school bus was traveling on Brownsboro Road when a car pulled out in front of the bus causing a collision.

According to reports another school bus motioned a car out of a gas station parking lot into the path of the bus. The bus was taking students to Kammerer Middle School. The students were evaluated at the automobile accident scene by EMS crews. Four students complained of neck and back pain so they were transported to the hospital for evaluation of their injuries. Th driver of the car was injured in the bus crash and taken to the hospital. news for Kentucky automobile accident lawyers.

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