NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Multiple students suffered minor injuries in a school bus crash in South Nashville involving two buses.
Officials with the Metro Nashville Fire Department said six students were taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with minor injuries.
The two buses involved were Bus 17-76 and Bus 16-83. The students were from May Werthan Shayne Elementary.
One student, who suffered a head injury, was not transported but was rather checked out by EMTs.
Student with head injury ended up not being transported; they were just checked out by ambulance
It happened in the area of Old Hickory Blvd. and Nolensville Road. The other students that were on the bus put on another school bus.
The cause of the crash was unclear.
We are transporting a total of 6 4th grade students to Vanderbilt with non-critical injuries. Other students have left the scene in a separate school bus. pic.twitter.com/u2FK3iAZmV— Nashville Fire Dept (@NashvilleFD) November 30, 2017
Four of the six students were released later in the afternoon. The other two remaining patients were listed as stable.