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Minor Collision Involving Quincy School Bus In Grant County

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QUINCY, Wash. - The Grant County Sheriff's Department is investigating a collision involving a Quincy School bus Tuesday afternoon.

The Sheriff's Department says it happened on Road 11 NW and Road S NW, just west of Quincy. There were about thirty kids on the bus and most were uninjured, but a few did sustain some minor injuries. Those with injuries were taken by ambulance to Quincy Valley Medical Center. Those without injuries were transferred to another bus.

The Sheriff's Department wants parents to know if their child was affected, they will be notified by the Sheriff's Department.

The driver of the other vehicle suffered minor injuries.

 

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