Published Thursday, May 4, 2017|9:24 a.m.
Upgraded 15 minutes ago
The motorist of an automobile was eliminated and 15 trainees were required to 2 location health centers after a school bus reversed in a two-vehicle wreck this morning, authorities stated.
A juvenile guest in the cars and truck likewise suffered vital injuries, said Capt. Ken Young of the Clark County School District Authorities.
The crash happened about 8:30 a.m. near Nellis Boulevard and Carey Opportunity in the northeast valley. Photos from the scene show the bus overturned and a heavily broken vehicle.
One person in the cars and truck was eliminated and a juvenile passenger in the vehicle was seriously hurt, authorities said.
The bus was gone to William H. Bailey Intermediate school at the time of the wreck, stated David Sheehan, a spokesperson for the Clark County School District. As the children on the bus are determined, the school will alert moms and dads, he said.
An overall of 14 children were taken to University Medical Center and 2 more were anticipated, healthcare facility spokesperson Danita Cohen said. One kid remained in crucial condition and the others suffered nonlife-threatening injuries, she said.
Two other kids were taken to Dawn Health center and Medical Center in unknown condition, authorities stated.
No information was right away available on exactly what caused the crash, cops said.
City Cops, Clark County School District Cops, Las Vegas Fire & & Rescue and the Clark County Fire Department responded to the wreck.