A tragic incident occurred on Tuesday in Ohio’s Clark County, where a school bus overturned on the first day of school, resulting in the unfortunate death of one student and injuries to 23 other children. Officials have reported that the bus did not have seatbelts, as stated by Tyler Ross from the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
The crash occurred around 8:16 a.m. when a Honda Odyssey traveling east crossed the center lane and collided with the oncoming school bus, which was headed west. Despite the school bus operator’s attempt to avoid the Honda by moving onto the shoulder, the vehicles still made contact. Consequently, the bus veered off the right side of the road and overturned, while the Honda also left the road and came to a stop.
There were a total of 52 students on the bus during the crash, all of whom were from the Northwestern Local Schools district and were on an elementary school route. Among the students, one suffered serious injuries, while the remaining 22 had non-life-threatening injuries.
Furthermore, the drivers of both the school bus and the Honda Odyssey, along with the Honda’s passenger, sustained injuries that were fortunately not life-threatening, as confirmed by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
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