Students are Safe after Aldine School Bus Crashes
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
High school students were shaken-up when a Houston school bus crashed into a car. However, the students have been reported as being safe following the Houston accident.
The incident took place in the northwest Houston area at approximately 7:00 AM on Thursday morning, September 24, 2009.
The school bus was reported as belonging to the Aldine Independent School District. The school bus was apparently carrying more than 50 students from Eisenhower High School.
The collision reportedly took place on Antoine Drive near Eagle Drive where, according to investigators, a car cut in front of the bus causing the bus to collide with it. The identity of the driver of the car involved in the crash has not been made known yet.
As a precaution, emergency crews examined thirteen students at the scene of the accident. According to officials, the students were treated for minor injuries. None of the students required hospitalization and no serious injuries had been reported as of yet.
Local drivers were inconvenienced when traffic was delayed along Antoine Drive while crews cleaned up the scene.
It is not known as of yet as to why the car pulled out in front of the school bus. The accident is currently under investigation by Houston authorities.