DANVILLE, Va. — Four children are at the hospital after a school bus accident in Danville.
It happened around 2:30 Monday afternoon when police say the bus pulled out in front of a car on North Main Street turning onto Colonial Place.
The children suffered minor injuries. The driver of the bus is charged with failure to yield right of way.
Here's the release from Danville police:
A vehicle crash involving a Danville City School Bus sent four children to the hospital this afternoon.
At approximately 2:31 pm Danville Police responded to the intersection of North Main Street and Colonial Place for a vehicle crash involving a school bus. The investigation revealed that School Bus #98 from O.T. Bonner Middle School was traveling south on North Main Street and turned left into the path of a 1996 Nissan 4 dr Maxima traveling north on North Main Street. The bus was attempting to turn onto Colonial Place. The driver of the Nissan, a 27-year-old Danville woman, received non-life threatening injuries and did not have to be transported from the scene. Her vehicle sustained approximately $3,500 damage as a result of the crash.