SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) – Savannah-Chatham Metro Police are investigating a chain-reaction wreck involving a school bus and three vehicles that happened during the morning rush-hour commute.
At about 8 a.m. Wednesday, a school bus with six children on board was traveling north on Ogeechee Road failed to stop and rear-ended a vehicle stopped at the intersection at Chevis Road, according to SCMPD. It resulted in a chain-reaction. The school bus hit a GMC Envoy, which hit a Toyota Scion, which hit a Chevrolet Impala that was stopped at the traffic light, according to police.
The children on the bus, who are 5 to 7 years old, were not transported to the hospital at the time of the accident. Both occupants in the GMC Envoy were taken to St Joseph's hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
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