Vehicle Extrication: Seven Children Injured in NJ School Bus Crash

05/14/2013
At least seven children were injured when a school bus collided with a car Tuesday morning in Burlington Township, New Jersey. A total of 15 children were on the bus at the time of the accident, according to WPVI (http://bit.ly/12rRB9A). Seven of the students have been transported to local hospitals with minor injuries. Read more about the incident and see a video at http://bit.ly/12rRB9A. For more on firefighter response to incidents involving school buses, consider Advanced School Bus Extrication, SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENTS: AN EXTRICATION CHALLENGE, School Bus Incidents: Are You Really Ready?, and Train for School Bus Emergencies.

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