WKTV NBC / CBS / The CW / MeTv Utica News Channel 2 reported recently that a school bus rollover crash took place in New Hartford, NY last Friday afternoon, leading emergency crews to respond to rescue the drivers involved.
According to officials from the New Hartford Police Department, emergency crews were called to the scene between 2:45 p.m.and 3:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST), in front of the House Of The Good Shepherd on Champlin Avenue, after a collision between a Fort Plain school bus and a dark blue Ford SUV. The investigation revealed that a local woman 40 years of age was pulling out of the House of the Good Shepherd in a Fort Plain school bus and pulled out into the path of the Ford SUV, driven by a woman 23 years of age.
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The collision rolled the school bus onto its side. Responders from the New York Mills Fire Department and Yorkville Fire Department extricated three students from the bus. The students and the bus driver were transported to St Elizabeth’s Hospital for minor injuries by Edwards Ambulance and Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Company. The bus driver was ticketed for failure to yield the right of way.