A school bus has reportedly overturned on the ramp from K-7 to K-32 in Bonner Springs, Kan.
Good Samaritans sprung into action after witnessing a school bus overturn in Bonner Springs, Kan.
A school bus carrying 6th grade students from Pembroke Hill overturned Wednesday afternoon on the ramp from K-7 to southbound K-32 in Bonner Springs, Kan.
Students and a bus driver of an overturned school bus carrying 6th grade students to a class trip are recovering at local hospitals tonight.
Parents of children on board an overturned school bus in Bonner Springs, Kan.. were left waiting to pick up their loved ones at a nearby high school.
Every year, Kansas and Missouri Highway Patrol troopers inspect school busses to make sure they are safe.
Students and staff at Pembroke Hill will gather for a special assembly Wednesday morning.
Even before the school bus crash, a national conversation was underway about mandating seatbelts on school buses.
Three children are still in the hospital after their school bus toppled off of the road Wednesday in Bonner Springs, Kan.
The school is planning for classes to be held tomorrow, following the bus accident.
The interchange at K-32 and K-7 was cleared after Wednesday afternoon’s bus accident.
The injuries sustained at the interchange will more than double the total number of people hurt at the location over the past three years.
The bus carrying 6th grade Pembroke Hill students overturned, causing injuries to those on board.
The highway patrol released the bus’ inspection report, showing a clean history.
Mariah Connor’s family rushed to the hospital after her mother got the call about the accident.
The hospital upped the number of patients staying overnight from four to five.