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Children were on bus that crashed with truck
17 May 2018, 10:27 | Erica Roy
'Horrific' School Bus Collision With Dump Truck Sends Several Hurt Students To 3 Hospitals, Closes New Jersey Hwy
The bus is from East Brook Middle School in Paramus, New Jersey, ABCreports. He calls the crash a "tragedy".
A student and an adult chaperone were killed and 45 others were injured after a school bus collided with a dump truck on a New Jersey highway Thursday morning.
New Jersey State Police tweeted the legislation enforcement company was investigating a "severe" motorcar accident involving a college bus and dump truck. A piece of the front end, with the steering wheel visible, was laying on top of the metal barrier separating the highway from the median. The extent of the injuries is unknown, but at least two victims have life-threatening injuries.
Faltings said the front of the dump truck appeared to have been sheared off and the school bus was "ripped off its frame" after hitting a guard rail and flipping over.
Waterloo Village is a historic site depicting a Lenape Indian community and once-thriving port along the Morris Canal in northwestern New Jersey.
A sign outside of the school, about 50 miles (80 kilometers) from the crash site, informed people to go to the auditorium for updates on the accident and the school was offering crisis counseling. A fifth-grade class trip from the district was scheduled for Waterloo Village, a historic site about 5 miles away from the crash scene.
State police said they are on scene but are not releasing further information at this time. Mount Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum told HLN that there are fears some may have been ejected from one of the vehicles involved in the accident. The crash happened just before 10:30 a.m. Thursday on I-80 West in Mount Olive Township, with the bus ending up on its side in the grass median. But the parent of one of the students tells News 12 New Jersey that his daughter had such a bad concussion that she gave the hospital the wrong name when she was taken in.
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