WILLIAMSTON, NC (AP) — A school bus driver has been charged in a crash in North Carolina that injured 11 people, including nine children.
News outlets report 50-year-old Christopher Bracy is accused of failing to yield when making a left turn Tuesday afternoon near Williamston.
North Carolina Highway Patrol Trooper Brian Allen says Bracy said 25 students from Rodgers Elementary School were on the bus. Nine students were taken to Martin General Hospital to be checked out. The extent of their injuries is unclear.
Two people in the other vehicle were also taken to a hospital.