Students Evaluated After Three School Buses Involved in Low-Speed Crash

Most injuries minor

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    We're hearing from some of the students hurt in a chain-reaction crash between three school buses in Prince George's County. The collisions sent dozens of students to the hospital. News4's Jackie Bensen was at the hospital as parents arrived. (Published Tuesday, March 20, 2012)

    Dozens of students were taken to area hospitals after a low-speed crash involving three school buses in Upper Marlboro, Md on Monday.

    The school buses were leaving Frederick Douglass High School when they were involved in a chain-reaction, rear-end collision in the 7600 block of Croom Road near Route 301.

    A total of 75 students were on the three buses and were evaluated at the scene, with 34 hospitalized for treatment. All injuries are considered very minor.

    The accident is under investigation by Prince George's County Police.

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