2 Northview Students Injured in Escambia County Rear-End Collision on Highway 4
Escambia County, Florida (February 12, 2018) – Two people were hospitalized following a rear-end collision involving a school bus Monday morning in front of Northview High School, according to a news release from Florida Highway Patrol.
The accident took place at around 8:50 a.m. Monday, February 12, on Highway 4 at the entrance of Northview High School.
The FHP report stated that the school bus, with 12 students on board, was stopped to turn from eastbound Highway 4 into the main entrance of Northview High School when it was rear-ended by a 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo driven by 18-year old Jakeldria Brown of Atmore.
The Monte Carlo had three Northview students, as per the report.
Brown and one other occupant of the Monte Carlo sustained minor injuries and were both transported by an ambulance to
Atmore Community Hospital for treatment, troopers said.
No one in the bus sustained injuries in the collision, the FHP said.
Brown was issued with a citation for driving recklessly, the FHP said.
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