Two people required extrication from their vehicle after a collision with a school bus in West Chicago.
On the morning of Wednesday, June 27 a privately owned school bus used by West Chicago Elementary School District 33 was carrying four students. Around 8:00 a.m. at the intersection of East Forest Avenue and Route 59, a car rear-ended the bus. That action sent the bus into a guard rail.
There were two people in the car that had to be extricated from their vehicle. They were sent to Central DuPage Hospital but their condition is not known at this time. The children and the driver on the bus were not injured. Route 59 was closed after the collision and re-opened later in the morning.
Accidents can happen anyplace and cause a wide variety of injuries. If you or a loved on has been in a two-vehicle accident, call Spiros Law, P.C. at (815) 929-9292 for professional legal representation.
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