10 Injured After School Bus Flips Over Guardrail In Waltham, Massachusetts

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via @MassStatePolice

via @MassStatePolice

10 students are being treated for minor injuries after a school bus rolled over a guardrail on Route 95 south, south of Route 20 in Waltham, Massachusetts. The bus was carrying 22 students, grades six through eight, from the Curtis Middle School in Sudbury.

Of the 22 students, ten were taken to Children’s Hospital with minor injuries. The other 12 are also being taken to the hospital for precautionary reasons. However, not all of the students are going to the same hospital. Some students are being transported to Children’s, while others are headed to Newton-Wellesley and St Elizabeth’s hospitals.

A number of ambulances were seen lined up along the side of the highway and several people were seen on stretchers at the scene. Firefighters and state police are on the scene.

Only left lane on Route 95 is open at the scene, as all the other lanes closed to facilitate medical response and the crash investigation. The investigation is ongoing.

Patrols arriving onscene Rt95 SB, south of Rt 20 Waltham, school bus rolled over. Occupants said to be off bus. Developing.

— Mass State Police (@MassStatePolice) January 11, 2017


Photos & Videos of Waltham School Bus Crash

#WBZ Skyeye over scene of a school bus crash on Route 128 near the Waltham/Weston line. We have a crew is en route pic.twitter.com/S9QfJbWszr

— Daniel Pesquera (@DPesqueraWBZ) January 11, 2017

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