03/27/2012 // WPB, FL, USA // Injury Lawyers News // Nicole Howley
Vineland, NJ — Seventeen people were hospitalized following a collision between a school bus and a vehicle at the intersection of Delsea Drive and Sherman Avenue on Monday, March 26, 2012, NJ.com reported.
Police officials reported that a white Ford Crown Victoria tried to make a left turn onto Delsea Drive from West Sherman Avenue at 1 p.m., when the vehicle pulled out from a Wawa and hit the school bus’ front right bumper.
Responding emergency crews transported 16 students and one adult to South Jersey Healthcare-Regional Medical Center for treatment. None of the injuries were “critical,” according to officials.
South Jersey Healthcare stated that they treated 18 people, who were released by 4:30 p.m. It is unclear at this time who the eighteenth person is.
The driver of the vehicle, a middle-aged woman, was not injured in the crash.
The front end of the Crown Victoria reportedly sustained extensive damage.
The students involved in the crash were reportedly being transported from Cumberland County College, where they had participated in a program that morning.
Investigations are underway.
Vineland police, along with Laurel Lake Fire and Rescue, Rosenhayn Fire and Rescue, the Millville Rescue Squad and Vineland EMS all responded to the scene.
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