A Metro Nashville Public School bus was involved in multiple-vehicle crash near Glencliff Road.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A Metro Nashville Public School bus was involved in multiple-vehicle crash near Glencliff Road.
The crash happened around 4:10 p.m. on 96 McCall Street in Nashville. It involved two other vehicles.
Bus driver 59-year-old Shirley Brown lost control and hit the two vehicles in the opposite, eastbound lanes.
The bus was carrying a total of 26 children from Wright Middle School. It collided with a Chevrolet Blazer and Chevrolet Equinox.
The five children transported included three 13-year-olds, one 12-year-old, and one 11-year-old.
The driver of the Blazer, 52-year-old Saddia Brooks was transported to Southern Hills Medical Center for treatment.
Officials said Brown did not show signs of impairment. A blood sample from her will undergo toxicology analysis.
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