Students escaped serious injury Tuesday morning when a daycare bus crashed into an Eagle Mountain-Saginaw school bus on a residential street in far north Fort Worth, police said.
More than 40 students were on the school bus, police said. There were no children in the daycare vehicle, officials said. None of the children were sent to the hospital.
The accident call in the 900 block of Harmon Road in far north Fort Worth came into police shortly before 8 a.m. Tuesday.
A Children’s Courtyard of Fort Worth daycare bus collided with the school bus carrying students headed to Highland Middle School in Fort Worth, police said.
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The wreck disabled the school bus, and another bus was sent to transport the students to school, said Eagle Mountain-Saginaw spokeswoman Kristin Courtney.
“Some parents did arrive on the scene and they took a few of the students,” Courtney said.
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