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11 Kids Checked After Md. School Bus Crash

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WALKERSVILLE, Md. (AP) - The Frederick County Sheriff's Office says 11 elementary students are being evaluated for minor injuries from a crash involving a school bus and two other vehicles near Walkersville.

Capt. Tim Clarke says the children and all three drivers were taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital after the crash just before 8:30 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Route 194 and Stauffer Road. He says all injuries are minor.

Clarke says the bus carrying 27 students was traveling north on the state highway when it was struck in the side by a vehicle traveling east on Stauffer Road.

He says the back end of the bus swerved across the center line and hit a vehicle traveling south on Route 194.

 

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