One child dead, multiple injured after school bus crashes outside Savannah



The agency says in a release that the driver lost control of the bus, veered into a ditch and slammed into a tree.

WSAV-TV identified the girl as Cambria Shuman. The bus driver is still entrapped in the bus at this time. She called the crash and the girl's death "just tragic".

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The accident happened around 7 a.m. near Ray Road and Hwy. That's about 50 miles (80 kilometres) southwest of Savannah. He said it's possible something malfunctioned.

One child has been killed and 22 students taken to a hospital in a Georgia school bus accident, multiple media organizations are reporting.

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Liberty County Public Safety Director Mike Hodges told the Associated Press the driver had been trapped inside the bus, and she was hospitalized after emergency responders freed her.

Over 20 people on the bus were taken to area hospitals, including the driver. Hodges said his understanding is that they suffered "bumps and scrapes and lacerations". The name of the school has not been confirmed. It was not immediately known which school the bus was assigned to. The Georgia State Patrol was investigating and said "charges are pending" in the crash, which involved no other vehicles.

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