‘Kids crying, bus driver not responding’: 911 call from school bus crash released

‘Kids crying, bus driver not responding’: 911 call from school bus released

GREEN TWP., Ohio (FOX19) - Multiple 911 calls came in on Monday when a school bus carrying students crashed on Bridgetown Road.

The driver of the bus suffered a medical emergency right before the crash, according to Green Township Police.

911 calls rolled in after the Oak Hills school bus and a van crashed just down the road from Dulles Elementary School. The calls capture the shock and emotion as neighbors dialed for help.

“There’s an SUV. There’s a woman with children or two.”

“It kind of looks like a school bus had a medical emergency.”

“The bus driver is probably very injured the front of the car is all bashed in.”

“I know there’s kids crying, but the bus driver is not responding at all.”

The crash happened in the 6500 block of Bridgetown Road.

Police say eight students along with a school aid, and the driver was on the bus. Two people were in the van involved in the crash.

Three people, including the bus driver, were taken to the hospital. The conditions of those taken to the hospital are not known at this time.

Oak Hills School leaders said none of the students were hurt.

The crash remains under investigation, but police said they do not think drugs and alcohol were factors.

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