Lawrence Township, Indiana– Police Officers have stated that twenty people were hospitalized at local hospitals after a crash that involved 2 school buses. Apparently, one of the bus drivers was trying to avoid hitting a deer.
The collision occurred on northbound Shadeland Avenue south of Fall Creek Parkway. One of the buses was carrying students from an elementary school and the other bus was carrying students from Lawrence North High School.
Both of the school bus drivers had to go to the hospital, and they complained of neck pain as well. The hospitals that were frequented by the students and both drivers were; St. Vincent, IU Health Methodist, Eskanazi, and Community Hospital North. School administrators came to the hospitals to check up on all the students.
The administrators of both schools were able to contact parents of all the injured children and let them know about the crash and the status of their children. Lawrence Township also contacted all the families in the district to inform them of the collision.
“Many people don’t realize they can suffer a traumatic brain injury in a car accident even when there has been no head impact,” said Attorney , an Indiana car accident and personal injury attorney. “Indeed, the symptoms often show up later when the victim can’t remember names or events as well. It’s important to see a doctor and treat this type of injury soon after a collision.”
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