A driver reportedly failed to stop after he drove through a flashing red light, striking a bus in the process.
A 46-year-old man allegedly crashed into a school bus on E. Cardinal Boulevard. Subsequently, this resulted in injuries to six people, police said. Louisville Metro Police Department confirmed the accident occurred at the intersection of E. Cardinal Boulevard and S. Brook Street. According to police, the pickup collided with the school bus after failing to stop at the flashing red light. The school bus had already entered into the intersection, police added.
There were three occupants in the pickup truck who sustained injuries. Thus, first responders transported them to an area hospital for treatment. There were three children on board the school bus. Emergency crew also transported the bus driver to a hospital for medical evaluation, police stated. The victims may have had chest, back, hip or head injuries.
The crash is under investigation. Additionally, authorities said that they will issue a citation to the truck driver for Failure to Stop.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, commented on the crash. “It’s disheartening whenever there is an accident involving children. We are truly sorry to see this happen in Louisville. We are grateful, however, that there were no fatalities. Additionally, we wish everyone involved a speedy recovery from this crash.”
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