Two School Bus Accidents On Same Day In DC, One Child Injured

At least one child was injured as two Virginia school bus accidents took place within an hour of each other.

The first accident was reported around 7:40 Wednesday morning on Lee Highway and Chantilly Road in Fairfax County. The bus was carrying children to school, one of whom sustained injuries. He was taken to a local hospital for observation, but was not in serious condition, according to Fairfax County sources.

At approximately 8:20 a.m., a second accident occurred when a Chrysler sedan rear-ended a school bus on Route 28 at Old Mill Road after New Braddock Road.

The bus was empty of passengers when the southbound-traveling sedan struck it, but the sedan's occupants and the bus driver were treated for minor injuries.

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