19 Students, 1 Driver Injured After 2 School Buses Crash in Prince George's County - NBC4 Washington

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19 Students, 1 Driver Injured After 2 School Buses Crash in Prince George's County

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    Several students reported minor injuries after two school buses crashed on Dec. 7, 2018 in Prince George's County.

    Nineteen students were injured when two school buses were involved in a crash in Prince George's County Friday morning.

    The crash happened at Woodward Road and Victoria Drive in Rosaryville, near James Madison Middle School.

    After the crash, the 32 students who were on the buses walked to the school, where they were evaluated. Firefighters say 19 of the students will be taken to the hospital by the fire department or their parents. The students' injuries are not life-threatening.

    It's not clear whether the students attend James Madison Middle School. 

    One bus driver was also taken to the hospital non-life-threatening injuries. The second driver refused treatment. 

    It's not clear what caused the two buses to crash. No further details have been released.

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