Palm Beach County, FL (November 24, 2018) - The Palm Beach County Fire Rescue responded to a crash between a semi-truck and a school bus on Friday, November 23rd. The crash happened around 5:30 am at County Road 827, near US Highway 27.
At this time, there is no word on what caused the crash to occur. At least 14 passengers on board the bus suffered injuries. A triage unit was set up on the scene to treat the injured passengers. Those affected by the crash were later transported to a hospital for treatment. There is no word on the nature of the injuries involved and police have not released the identity of the victims. Radiator fluid from one of the vehicles was seen in the roadway following the crash.
This accident remains under investigation and no further information is available at this time.
We are saddened to hear of this crash in Palm Beach County. Crashes involving multi-passenger vehicles such as vans and buses can have a tremendous impact on the lives of many people. We certainly hope that those involved are a complete recovery and that none of the injuries are life-threatening.
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