May 20, 2010 6:35 PM by Greg Boyce

Bus accident sends 10 to hospital

A school bus accident Thursday afternoon on Fort Carson sent 10 to the hospital.

It happened near Gate 2 around 12:30 p.m.  Students from Mountainside Elementary were returning from a field trip.  The school reported a car made a u-turn and hit the front of the bus.  Nine students and the bus driver were taken to Evans Hospital as a precaution.  A spokesperson from the Fountain-Fort Carson School District, Dave Roudebush, said there were no life threatening injuries. 

A total of 39 students were on the bus, plus two teachers. 


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