At Least 2 Dead, Many Hurt After Dump Truck 'Mangled' School Bus in New Jersey
Thursday, 17 May 2018 One student and one adult chaperone were dead after a full-size school bus collided with a dump truck on a major highway in New Jersey on Thursday morning, according to NBC News. Authorities said the accident violently ripped off the undercarriage from the bus, leaving it half-demolished on its side in the median of the highway. Many injuries have been reported for the unknown number of middle school students who were riding on the bus at the time of the crash on Route 80 in Mount Olive Township, according to the New Jersey State Police. An official said the bus was from East Brook Middle School in Paramus, a public school with almost 650 students from grades 5-8. CNN spoke to Jay Faltings,...
A school bus and dump truck collided along a highway in Morris County, New Jersey.
According to officials, several people were hurt as a result of the collision that happened in Mount Olive Township.
Mount Olive's Mayor Rob Greenbaum described the scene as horrific.
The bus was transporting...
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