Texas’s Terry County (KCBD) – A truck and a Seagraves ISD school bus crashed close to Brownfield, resulting in some minor injuries to children and other adults who were brought to the hospital.
At 11:45 on Saturday morning, the collision happened on Highway 62/82 north of Brownfield.
According to DPS, a pickup truck was headed north on the highway as a school bus for Seagraves ISD carrying the band was travelling south. At David Bailey Road, the vehicle made an effort to make a left turn, directly into the path of the bus. The two cars ran into each other on the road.
According to the authorities, the truck’s driver was critically hurt and was transported to UMC by AeroCare.
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Both the bus driver and the band director had mild wounds. They were both transported by ambulance to UMC and were discharged on Saturday night.
Three kids, according to DPS authorities, were taken to nearby hospitals for minor injuries. The parents of the other pupils took them up.
According to a Facebook post, the students had been on their route to the UIL marching competition.
The Terry County Sheriff’s Department, Brownfield Police Department, Terry County EMS crews, Seminole EMS crews, Wolfforth responders, Seagraves responders, and the Department of Public Safety were among the organisations and departments who reacted to the collision.