4 hospitalized after crash between school bus A school bus with students from Paloma Valley High School collided with a car Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 10, in Menifee, sending four people to the hospital and one person fleeing on foot. One passenger on the bus with 19 students complained of dizziness, was treated at a local hospital and released, according to a Perris Union High School District official. In the car, one person suffered serious injuries, one had moderate injuries, one had minor injuries and one person ran from the scene, said California Highway Patrol Officer Mike Lassig. The car, a black Nissan Sentra, was traveling eastbound on Holland Road when it collided with the bus as it made a left hand turn from Evans Road. Lassig said the car’s rate of speed is under investigation. Follow up calls were placed to families of the students involved, said Reines. Reines said no injuries were reported by the driver of the bus and the other students on board. The driver’s name was not released. The Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department initially reported that 22 people were injured, and that a triage operation was set up to evaluate victims of what it called a mass casualty event. Residents of the area said that is a dangerous stretch of Holland Road, which attracts speeders and tailgaters. Ariana Johnson, 27, of Menifee, lives near the accident site. "Just coming down that little curve (west of Evans Road) people try and either rev it or they’ll just be on your butt," said Johnson. "It’s so bad that I turn my blinker on just to let them know I’m turning."
4 hurt as car slams into plow truck in Baileyville BAILEYVILLE, Maine Four people were injured Tuesday morning when a car traveling toward Calais smashed into the side of a state snowplow truck at the intersection of Routes 9 and 1. a Maine Department of Transportation plow truck driven by Donald Reynolds, 54, of Robbinston was in the process of turning left onto Route 1 at the intersection of Routes 9 and 1, near the Irving Big Stop, when the state truck crossed in front of a 1994 Toyota Tercel driven by Annette Dana, 40, of Princeton. The Dana car smashed into the front of the real dual wheels on the driver side of the truck. There were three passengers in the Dana car Clay Levesque,cheap jerseys, 41, Debbie Levesque, 43,cheap jerseys china, and Randy Stevens, 24, all of Princeton, said Maine State Police Trooper Jason Fowler on Tuesday. Reynolds and Dana were wearing seat belts; the three passengers were not, the trooper said. Emergency personnel were called and an extrication device was used to remove Debbie Levesque from the rear seat of

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