NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Police took a man into custody Friday morning after a crash involving a Metro Nashville school bus. Only minor injuries were reported.
The three-vehicle collision happened before 7:30 a.m. at the intersection of Neely's Bend Road and Forest Park Road in Madison. Metro Police say the driver of a white car caused the collision when he turned in front of a van.
The impact of the crash forced the car under the school bus, which was stopped at the time. The Smithson Craighead Academy bus was able to leave the scene once crews moved the car.
Four kids and the driver of the van were taken to an area hospital with minor injuries.
Four kids and the driver of the van all went to the hospital with minor injuries. Officer says they’re all fine. White car cut in front of van. Bus was stopped at the time. Kids on the bus were roughly 7-12 years old. https://t.co/P8qj7fwkOR pic.twitter.com/0E0vi4023d— Blayke Roznowski (@NC5_Blayke) September 6, 2019
Police said the kids on the bus were roughly 7-12 years old.