Slick roads blamed in Rensselaer school bus crash

March 04, 2019 12:23 PM

RENSSELAER - Slick roads are being blamed for a school bus crash on Monday morning. A bus was rear-ended in the city of Rensselaer around 9 a.m.

It happened at the intersection of East and Adams near the Amtrak station.

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Police say a car coming down the hill off of 3rd Avenue Extension hit the back of the bus taking kids to school.

Another bus was brought in to transfer the kids. The superintendent says they would all be evaluated. He said no one appeared to have any injuries.

Police took the names and ages of all the kids.

The bus will also be looked at before it's put back on the road.


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