23 March 2010

City School Bus Collides With Car **EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS**

By A.F. James MacArthur, photos by Dennis Pugh

Six medics responded to a collision between a car and a school bus on Loch Raven Blvd. near Lochwood Street. The crash was reported at 7:45am. Authorities say a woman driving a car carrying three children crashed with a school bus carrying special needs children to Winston Elementary.

The school bus driver was taken to nearby Good Samaritan Hospital, while two 14-year-old boys, a 12-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl, all passengers of the school bus were taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview. Two boys, ages 7 and 14, riding in the struck vehicle were also transported to Bayview.

The Baltimore Spectator's own, photographer Dennis Pugh was on scene shortly after it the accident happened and was able to capture these dramatic photos of the scene. As horrific as it looks, we're told none of the injuries were serious.



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