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17 May 2018, 08:17 | Devin Moran
Multiple people injured in serious crash between school bus, dump truck
The front end of the bus appeared to be entirely destroyed. A dump truck and the school bus crashed in the town of Mount Olive, according to Mayor Robert Greenbaum.
First responders are on the scene of a school bus accident in New Jersey Thursday morning, and there are reports of serious injuries. It happened around 9:30 a.m. with a bus carrying middle school students from the Paramus school district. The school's calendar shows a scheduled fifth-grade class trip to Waterloo Village in Stanhope. The top of the bus came completely off of the undercarriage of the bus. New Jersey State Police tweeted that a dump truck was also involved in the crash. The school district's office said the superintendent is working on a statement.
Route 80 is closed in both directions in the area, with westbound traffic diverted at exit 26.
According to United States media, 10 people have been taken to the Hackettstown Medical Center, 10 have been taken to St Clare's Hospital and others have been taken to the Morristown Medical Center.
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