The driver of a school bus has been transported and over a dozen students were being evaluated Friday morning in Prince George's County after two buses were involved in a collision.
The crash was reported around 9:30 a.m. on Woodward Road and Victoria Drive in Upper Marlboro.
Officials say 32 students were on both buses. Of those students, 19 are being transported or taken to the hospital by parents for evaluation. All injuries appear to be non-life-threatening. Officials say one of the students suffered a leg injury. The bus driver was transported with minor injuries.
The buses crashed near James Madison Middle School in Clinton, Maryland.
Crash involving 2 school buses at Woodward Road and Victoria Drive near Clinton. PGFD is tending to driver of each bus. The students on-board are OK and walked to their nearby school. An EMS unit will go by their school to complete an evaluation of the estimated 39 students.— Mark Brady (@PGFDPIO) December 7, 2018
U/D James Madison MS - after crash 32 students walked into school and are now being evaluated by PGFD. Of the 32 students - 19 are said to be injured. PGFD working with @PGCPS staff for parent notification. 1 bus driver minor injuries TX to area hospital.— Mark Brady (@PGFDPIO) December 7, 2018
PGFD U/D 2 bus crash near James Madison MS in Clinton - 1 bus driver TX to area hospital NLT. 1 bus driver refused TX. 32 students on buses that walked into school - 19 will be transported to area hospitals either by PGFD or parents. All injured are NLT. Notifications by @pgcps— Mark Brady (@PGFDPIO) December 7, 2018