Elementary School Bus and Landscaping Truck Collision Injures Ten in New Windsor
New Windsor, NY – An elementary school bus and a landscaping truck collision injured ten people before 8:30 a.m. on October 21 near the intersection of Little Britain and Beattie roads in New Windsor. Parents got frightened and anxious upon finding out the crash that left a mangled wreck on the front of the school bus. According to New Windsor police, the Washington Central School District bus was traveling east on Route 207 en route Little Britain Elementary School when the westbound Flanagan Tree Service truck pulling a wood chipper struck the bus. First responders extricated a 6-year-old stuck in the wreckage for an hour. All patients, including both drivers who were seriously injured, were taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries.
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