• Students injured in Marietta school bus crash


    MARIETTA, Ga. - A Marietta City school bus was involved in a crash Friday morning.

    Police said a child in a car involved in the crash was airlifted to Scottish Rite Hospital.

    Fifteen of the students on board the bus complained of injuries and were taken to Kennestone Hospital, along with the school bus driver. The hospital said all patients from the bus were in stable condition, and several have been discharged.

    Channel 2's Ross Cavitt confirmed that the students on the bus attend Marietta High School and the passenger attends Marietta Middle School.

    Police advised drivers to avoid the area of North Marietta Parkway and Polk Street.

    Police said it looks like the car pulled out in front of the school bus, and the bus t-boned the car on its passenger side.

    Marietta Schools told Channel 2 there were 37 kids on the bus at the time of the crash. All parents of students involved have been notified.


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