6 Hurt In Detroit School Bus Crash

DETROIT (WWJ) – Six students were taken to the hospital with minor injuries after Detroit police say a woman failed to obey a yield sign causing an accident on the city’s west side.

Police said the woman’s vehicle slammed into the school bus with special education students on board at Hartwell and Midland. She told reporters she was in a hurry to get to an appointment and “didn’t see them.”

The kids were on their way to Thurgood Marshall Elementary School.  Their injuries were described as “extremely minor.”

The woman is expected to be ticketed for failure to yield and driving without a license.

No names have been released.

  • Jim

    People don’t always heed STOP signs, or red lights. How do you expect them to slow down and look both ways at a yield sign? I’m just sayin’!

  • Emmanuel

    In regards to the HDC’s ictsande from downtown L.A. : L.A is a bit of a different case as no one really thinks of the City of Los Angeles as L.A. alone, rather that ALL of L.A. county is considered L.A.(Carson is pretty centrally located in L.A. county) Heck to some most of Southern California is L.A. (looking at you, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim…)

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