Twenty-five children injured in bus-truck collision in Florida
Sunday, June 12, 2005
A truck collided with a bus on Friday, seriously injuring five children and one adult, authories have said. The bus was taking 25 children of immigrant workers to an amusement arcade.
"The more seriouslly hurt youngsters have suffered broken bones and head injuries", said Fire-Rescue deputy Steve Delai. One young boy and a 30 year old were in intensive care at Delray Medical Center late Friday, officials have reported.
Two other children were in a stable condition, while conditions for the other two seriouslly injured children were not available.
"It appears that the bus was in the center lane and the tractor-trailer was in the right lane. For some reason the bus got into the path of the tractor-trailer," A Florida Highway Patrol officer told a local television station.
- AP. "Five children seriously injured in Florida bus crash" — , June 12, 2005
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