ROCK HILL, S.C. - Officials said two high school students were injured in a multi-vehicle crash that involved a Rock Hill school bus Thursday afternoon.
Spokesman for Rock Hill schools Mychal Frost told Channel 9’s partners at The Herald that there were two separate crashes in the same location on West Main Street.
According to Frost, one incident involved three cars, all driven by high school students. Nobody was hurt in that crash, Frost said.
The second incident, in which two students were injured, involved two cars and a Rock Hill school bus, Frost said.
Frost said that both students, one on the school bus and one driving a car, suffered minor injuries and were taken to the hospital.
The students involved attend Rock Hill and South Pointe high schools and were returning from a class at the Applied Technology Center when the accident happened, he said.
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