News: Child, 12, hurt in Fall River bus crash
FALL RIVER, MA – A 12-year-old child was hospitalized after a bus collided with a power pole and crashed into a house Monday.
The incident took place around 7 a.m. on Charles Street, NBC Boston reported. As seen in video footage, the bus was on the curb and rested upon the house.
The 12-year-old kid was taken to a hospital for a minor back injury. Several students and the bus monitor and driver appear to have been unharmed.
The driver was cited for a marked lane violation and received an additional unspecified citation.
It is uncertain if there was anyone inside the destroyed house at the time of the collision.
Details are preliminary, and updates will be posted to the news blog when they become available.
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