7 People Hospitalized in San Antonio Bus Accident on Loop 1604 and Highway 90
SAN ANTONIO, TX (October 19, 2023) – Wednesday afternoon, a startling bus crash on Loop 1604 and Highway 90 led to injuries.
The incident happened at around 3:30 p.m. at the intersection of Loop 1604 and Highway 90.
According to the San Antonio Police, an 18-wheeler ran a red light and collided with a bus with 20 students from Scobee Middle School.
Moreover, responders transported the bus driver and six students to a hospital in stable condition. Officers confirmed that the other students were evaluated and released to their parents or guardians at the scene.
At this time, the events leading to the crash remained unclear. When additional information becomes available, the public will be notified.
Due to limited information, the authorities continued to investigate the crash.
What’s Next after Startling Bus Crash on Loop 1604 and Highway 90
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