GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Several students were injured after a crash involving a school bus Tuesday morning.
It happened just after 8 a.m. at the intersection of Division Avenue and Griggs Street in Grand Rapids. Officials with the Grand Rapids Police Department confirm a 19-year-old driver struck the back of the bus with their vehicle as the bus tried to make a left turn onto Griggs Street.
Police say a total of six students suffered injuries ranging from a bloody nose to a dislodged tooth and some even complained of experiencing pain. They were treated for their non-life threatening injuries at a local hospital. The 63-year-old bus driver was not hurt.
Police say the driver of the other vehicle was also not hurt.
The bus driver was ticketed for failing to yield on a left turn.