Car Rear Ends School Bus Filled With Students in Anaheim

Car rear ends school bus, school bus accidentsMonday morning a driver rear ended a school bus filled with students in Anaheim.

CHP officials reported to the scene shortly before 7:10 a.m. in response to a school bus crash at the intersection of West Vermont Avenue and South Lemon Street and Anaheim Boulevard.

The driver of a white colored vehicle was stuck under the rear end of the bus.

Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident and all students were safe.

However traffic was delayed on eastbound lanes of West Vermont Avenue. Drivers were still able to drive through the westbound lanes.


School bus accidents are complex to deal with because not only are parents worried about their children, but pursuing a claim becomes complicated.

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