Two students were injured after a car rear-ended a DeKalb County school bus Wednesday afternoon, causing a chain-reaction crash, officials said.
The students were taken to a local hospital, according to a statement from the DeKalb County School District. The extent of the injuries are unknown.
Several parents of other students took them to physicians for additional examinations.
The bus was hit at about 3:45 p.m. on River Road near Cedar Grove Middle School, the district said, causing it to then hit cars in front of it. The bus serves Cedar Grove High School, according to the statement.
“The incident is still being reviewed and students are being assessed,” the school district said.
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