BOSTON, MA – Two teenagers and two adults in their 50s were injured in a crash involving three parked vehicles, a car, and a school bus in the Brookline area Tuesday.
NBC Boston said officials arrived at the scene — the 325th block of Riverway — around 7:30 a.m. The school bus driver — a 53-year-old adult — and the teens — a 15-year-old and 17-year-old — were evaluated for their injuries and given clearance at the scene.
A passenger from a Toyota Camry, a 51-year-old woman from Brockton, was sent to Beth Israel Hospital with minor injuries. The driver — a 65-year-old woman from Taunton — was unharmed.
No one was inside the stationary vehicles at the time of the collision. Those vehicles did not appear to have any damage. However, the Camry sustained some significant damage in the back and was seen facing away from a tree.
Emergency responders have yet to confirm how this crash was brought about.
Updates will be provided should they become available.
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