Surveillance cameras captured an intense rear end crash involving a truck and a school bus that left two children injured in Ohio this week.
The incident occurred around 4 p.m. of Wednesday, March 27, in Archold, Ohio, according to the Crescent News.
The Henry County Sheriff’s Office says that a school bus stopped on eastbound Highway 6 to let two students off when it was struck from behind by a semi truck driven by 48 year old Michigan-based truck driver Kelly Braden.
Archbold School District Bus No. 8 was involved in a two-vehicle crash around 4:06 pm, Wednesday, March 27, in front of…
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In the video, you can see that the two students who were let off of the bus start sprinting away from the crash site.
The truck driver and the bus driver were both taken to the hospital for treatment of non life-threatening injuries. No students were hurt.
No citations have been issued at this time as the investigation is ongoing.
You can take a look at the surveillance video below.
Please keep you eyes on the road, this happened to an Archbold school bus this afternoon right in front of our business. Fortunately no one on the bus was injured. We would like to thank JoAnn Zuver Cousino for her quick thinking to keep all of the kids safe, including our 2 kids who had just stepped off the bus. We'd also ike to thank Archbold Area Schools and all the first responders for their quick response.
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