School bus driver to face citations in crash that injured 14 students

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SOUTH HARRISON -

Authorities say a school bus driver will face citations following a crash with a tractor-trailer that injured 14 students in South Harrison.

The accident happened Monday around 3:20 p.m.

According to authorities, the bus driver, whose name wasn't released, was trying to make a left turn and apparently didn't see the truck coming.

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The truck, which was hauling sand, overturned and briefly leaked diesel fuel.

The bus was carrying 22 students from Gloucester County Institute of Technology, a vocational-technical school in Sewell.

Fourteen students were taken to area hospitals with various injuries, none of which were considered life-threatening.

Most of the students were treated and released.

AP wire services helped contribute to this report.

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