Wesley Chapel, FL (February 1, 2019) - A truck and a Pasco County school bus collided with one another on Thursday, January 31st. The Pasco County Fire Rescue responded to the intersection of Wells Road and Curley Road before noon in reference to the accident.
The truck ran into the side of the school bus, although it is unclear what led up to the collision. The force of the crash propelled the truck into a nearby field before it came to rest. The bus driver, an assistant on board the bus and the driver of the truck were taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. There is no further word on their condition. Police have not released the names of those involved or stated whether any charges will be issued.
No additional information is available at this time.
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