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Injuries in school bus accident near Quincy

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QUINCY, Wash. (AP) -

UPDATE (11:45am): The Washington State Patrol says none of the injuries suffered by school children in a central Washington bus crash appear to be life threatening.
Ambulances transported about a dozen students to two hospitals following the crash Monday morning in Quincy, Wash., about 120 miles east of Seattle. One student was airlifted to the nearby city of Moses Lake.
Lt. Scott Martin of the Washington State Patrol says three students are in serious condition, but none of the students suffered life-threatening injuries.


The Washington State Patrol says children have been injured in a school bus accident near Quincy.
Lt. Kandi Patrick says they include things like bloody noses, bumps and bruises and possibly more-serious injuries.
Crews are still responding to the accident that occurred at 8:21 Monday on Highway 281 between Quincy and George.