Three Injured in Fort Worth School Bus Accident

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 7-Feb-2013

A School Bus Accident in Fort Worth sent at least two students to local hospitals with injuries resulting from the rear-end collision on Thursday morning, police reported.

In addition to the students transported to the hospital, an occupant in another vehicle involved was also transported to an area hospital.

According to reports published by The Star Telegram, the school bus rear-ended a pickup truck traveling in front of it, which sparked a chain reaction crash. The driver of the pickup truck had to be freed by emergency personnel.

Fifteen total students were on the Fort Worth school bus at the time of the rear-end collision. No other injuries were reported by authorities.

According to police, the bus accident occurred on Benbrook Boulevard.

The identities of those involved in the Fort Worth bus accident were not yet revealed.

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