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School buses transporting second graders crash, injuries reported

Officials say one school bus slammed their brakes which led a Hamilton City Schools bus to slam their brakes and be rear-ended by a suburban utility truck (Photo: FOX19/Mike Buckingham) Officials say one school bus slammed their brakes which led a Hamilton City Schools bus to slam their brakes and be rear-ended by a suburban utility truck (Photo: FOX19/Mike Buckingham)
The chain reaction caused a tanker truck to crash into the utility truck that had crashed into the school bus (Photo: FOX19/Mike Buckingham) The chain reaction caused a tanker truck to crash into the utility truck that had crashed into the school bus (Photo: FOX19/Mike Buckingham)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Five children were taken to the hospital following a crash involving two school buses on Interstate 75 North at Glendale-Milford Road Friday.

Officials say one school bus slammed their brakes which led a Hamilton City Schools bus to slam their brakes and be rear-ended by a suburban utility truck, that utility truck was rear-ended by a tanker truck.  The bus in front of the Hamilton City Schools' bus that was rear-ended took off.

According to police, five children were taken to the hospital with head bumps. Those injuries aren't considered serious. All children on the scene were checked as a precaution. 

Two adults involved in the crash were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, police said.

The district spokesperson says the second grade children from Crawford Woods Elementary were coming back from a field trip to the Cincinnati Children's Theatre.

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