No injuries in Washington Township bus accident
By Valley News Dispatch
Published: Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013, 1:02 p.m.
No one was injured in a Wednesday-morning school bus accident at Route 66 and Pine Run Church Road in Washington Township.
Washington Township Police Chief Scott Slagle said four students from the Kiski Area School District on their way to Mamont Elementary School were taken by ambulance to Allegheny Valley Hospital in Harrison as a precaution.
All four students were released with no serious injuries, according to Kiski Area School District Superintendent John Meighan.
The bus collided with a Chrysler PT Cruiser driven by Carlee Harnish, 21, of Apollo, in what police called a “minor accident.”
Police are still investigating the crash, Slagle said.
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