Students Treated For Injuries In Cleveland School Bus Wreck
CLEVELAND, Oklahoma - Four students were treated for injuries after a pickup crashed into a Cleveland school bus Wednesday morning.
There were 30 students on board the bus when it was hit, according to the Cleveland American.
The American reports the bus was parked to pick up a student on a county road south of town when a Nissan Frontier crested a hill and ran into it. The collision took place near Buzzard's Corner on 5400 Road.
Four students were taken to area hospitals to be treated for minor cuts, bruises and neck pain. The bus driver was said to be OK, but the male driver of the pickup was injured and taken to the hospital.
Cleveland Public Schools Superintendent Aaron Espolt told the newspaper all parents were contacted by the school after the crash. Crisis counselors will meet with students before they return to class, he said.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers and Cleveland Police responded to the crash.
A Yale school bus was involved in a wreck Tuesday.