School Bus Crash In Felton Sends Two Students To Hospital - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

School Bus Crash In Felton Sends Two Students To Hospital

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FELTON, Del. - Two teenagers were sent to the hospital after a crash involving their school bus and a car. Delaware State Police say on Thursday morning around 7:45 AM, Robert Everett, 55, of Felton, was driving a school bus, Eastbound on Burnite Mill Road (SR 12) waiting to turn right into the parking lot of Moore's Garage.

According to the report, Randi Boyd, 18, of Felton, was driving a Chevrolet Cavalier, Eastbound behind the bus, when she was unable to slow her vehicle in time, causing her to pull into the shoulder and hit the school bus.

Police say two teenage girls, who were seated in the back row, were taken by EMS to Kent General Hospital, where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Everett, was wearing a seat belt as was not injured in the crash. Boyd, who was also wearing a seat belt, was not injured in the crash, and was cited by officials for careless driving.

One lane of SR12 was closed while for about an hour while the crash was investigated and cleared. The remaining students were picked up by another bus and transported to W.T. Chipman Middle School.

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