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Two Children Hurt In Collision With School Bus


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By Sheldon Spackman

RCMP are investigating a collision between a van and school bus in Red Deer County on Friday afternoon that injured two children. It happened around 3:42 at the intersection of Township Road 370 and Range Road 32 in Red Deer County north of Spruceview.

Sylvan Lake RCMP along with Associated EMS and the Innisfail and Spruce View Fire Department’s attended the scene, with the initial investigation determining that a west bound Chevy Uplander Van failed to yield at a Yield Sign and subsequently was struck on the driver`s side by a northbound School Bus. The van ended up on it’s side in a ditch which was partially filled with water.

The Prairie Bus Lines school bus had 12 children on board ranging in age from 5-16 years old, with all of them assessed on scene by EMS and released with no injuries. The driver of the bus was also uninjured. Officials say students were on their way home from Spruce View School in the Chinooks Edge School Division.

The driver of the van was extricated from the vehicle by firefighters and was taken to hospital with unknown but non life threatening injuries while 2 young passengers also suffered minor injuries and were also transported to hospital for further assessment.

An investigation into the cause of the collision continues but no charges have been laid at this time.

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