At least 22 people, mostly students, are recovering from their injuries after a school bus crashed into a dump truck in Indiana. State Police say the accident occurred yesterday morning in Dearborn County – about 45 minutes west of Cincinnati.
Officials say all 20 students on the bus as well as the school bus driver and dump truck driver have received medical treatment. While the extent of the injuries hasn't been released, school officials say a number of the students have broken bones while others received stitches. At least one student remains hospitalized, but overall, everyone’s expected to be okay.
The dump truck company says its driver was outside of the vehicle serving customers when the truck was rear-ended by the school bus. While the cause of the crash remains under investigation, early word is that neither drugs nor alcohol are suspected.