Legal news for Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Accident attorneys –Emergency medical services took injured boy to local hospital after school bus crash in Lancaster county, in Mt. Joy.
Mount Joy, PA (NewYorkInjuryNews.com) – A school bus and a garbage truck collided in Lancaster County injuring an elementary school child Monday, November 23, 2009, according to WGAL.
Pennsylvania police officials and emergency medical services (EMS) reported to the scene at the intersection of West Main Street and Orchard Road in the town of Mt. Joy. Police investigators reported that the school bus driver had reportedly run a red light at the intersection colliding with a garbage truck.
A six-year-old student sustained injuries in the crash. EMS transported the student to a local hospital where he was treated by doctors and nurses. His injuries were reported to be non-life threatening. The students name was not released. The student was reportedly from Saint Peter’s School located in Elizabethtown.
The other 11 students on board the school bus were heading to Kraybill Campus of Lancaster Mennonite. When the children arrived to school, a nurse examined the students who were involved in the crash. The Kraybill Campus school principle reported that the children were all fine. The identity of the school bus driver and the garbage truck driver were not released.