School Bus Involved In Wreck On Boy Scout Road Thursday Afternoon

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office traffic investigators responded at approximately 3:20 p.m. on Thursday, to the 1100 block of Boy Scout Road for the report of a vehicle accident involving a school bus.

Upon arrival, deputies found that a school bus heading west on Boy Scout Road had failed to yield to oncoming traffic when it attempted to turn left onto Hampton Wood Circle.

The driver of a Chevrolet Blazer struck the bus as it turned left.

The driver of the blazer was taken to a local hospital for medical review.
The driver of the bus nor the eight students onboard sustained any injuries.

The students on the bus were released at the scene to the custody of their parents or caregivers.

 

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