17 students treated for minor injuries after Ohio bus accident

Nov. 25, 2009
8th graders from Kings district were being transported to career center
From The Dayton Daily News: An accident involving two buses from the Kings (Ohio) district sent 17 students to the hospital for treatment. Lebanon police say four buses filled with eighth-graders were on the way to the Warren County Career Center when two buses collided. Some of the children complained of shoulder and neck pain, Kings Superintendent Valerie Browning said, but all of the students were subsequently released by the hospitals.

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