A West Midlands road traffic accident involving a bus has left three children in hospital with injuries.
Three adults also required hospital attention after the collision between a car and bus in Oldbury on Saturday at around 8pm. The casualties include two serious injuries.
Two of the car passengers, said to be aged 11 years old, were hurt, one of them suffering bad leg injuries, the other sustaining pelvic injuries.
A woman in the same vehicle, said to be in her 30s, was left with chest, pelvic and head injuries.
Three bus passengers, a girl aged seven, a man in his 20s and a woman, all needed hospital treatment for minor injuries, while the driver escaped injury.
Ambulance personnel treated all three people hurt in the car at the scene of the accident, while the woman went to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s major trauma division.
The two 11-year-old boys were taken for care at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
Two women hurt on the bus were treated at Sandwell Hospital, while a man sustained minor injuries in the same vehicle and made his way independently to hospital.
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Date Published: December 9, 2014
Author: David Brown