Special needs bus, Toyota Prius collide; 4 injured

Legal news for Colorado automobile accident attorneys. Four people were injured when a car ran a red light.

Colorado automobile accident lawyers alerts- A school bus and a Toyota Pruis crashed in Aurora, CO.

Aurora, CO—Four people who were riding on a special needs school bus to Timberline Elementary School were sent to the hospital after the bus and a car collided, after the car apparently ran a red light. The two-vehicle crash occurred around 11:18 a.m., in the intersection of South Tower Road and East Amherst Avenue, as reported by the Denver Post.

Aurora Fire Department officials reported the Cherry Creek School District special needs school bus and a Toyota Prius collided, after the car allegedly ran the red light at the intersection. Two students, a students’ aid, and the school bus driver were all injured in the Monday morning, January 25, 2010 collision. All four people were taken to an area hospital by responding emergency medical services (EMS) teams for treatment of their injuries, which included “bumps and bruises”. They were reportedly treated for their injuries and then released. The unidentified driver of the Prius and a passenger were uninjured in the wreck. Police officials issued the driver of the Prius a citation for running the red traffic light, which caused the crash. It is unknown if a further investigation into the wreck is ongoing.

Legal News Reporter: Nicole Howley-Legal news for Colorado automobile accident lawyers.

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