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Student, teacher killed, 43 injured in USA bus crash
18 May 2018, 04:01 | Opal Carroll
Multiple Injuries Reported after School Bus, Dump Truck Collide in New Jersey
A student and a teacher were killed and 43 others injured on Thursday when a school bus of 5th graders on a field trip collided with a dump truck on a New Jersey highway, officials said.
Images from the chaotic scene in Mount Olive Township show the body of the bus shorn from its frame and pushed into a median guardrail, resting at an angle.
There were 38 students and seven adults on the bus including the driver, according to New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy. Numerous injured are still in area hospitals for treatment or surgery.
A full-size school bus and a dump truck collided on a New Jersey highway on Thursday morning, and multiple injures were reported. The two other buses were not involved in the crash and sent back tot he school.
Mount Olive Mayor Robert Greenbaum said he responded to the scene when he heard passengers may have been ejected during the crash.
Students, teachers and chaperones were on the bus that crashed with the dump truck, she said.
A large red dumper truck, also with a mangled front, was at the side of the road.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 118 people on school buses were killed in crashes from 2007-2016, the a year ago for which data is available.
Some of the children were still inside the bus and some were outside when first responders arrived, according to Jeff Paul, director of the Morris County Office of Emergency Management.
Prosecutors say multiple people were killed but haven't said how many. She said they were being evaluated and treated, but she did not have ages or conditions.
"People who I'm close friends with, who have brothers and sisters on that bus, started crying, and everybody just started sympathizing", Garcia said.
Donald Lazorchek, who was picking up his son James, said the news was "shocking, very shocking", and he kept "hoping it wasn't my son". At least one person died in the accident and several others are injured. "Students will be dismissed from school".
The bus was one of three transporting fifth graders from East Brook Middle School in Paramus on the class trip.
The collision between the bus and dump truck caused the school bus to rip apart, tearing off the front end and undercarriage.
The exact extent of the injuries remained unknown. There is no federal requirement for seat belts on full-sized school buses, but six states including New Jersey require them.
"There's an incredible emergency response from throughout Morris County and by State Police".
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