2 dead after car collides with Mich. school bus
The car sustained heavy damage and immediately caught fire; two students were transported by ambulance to a hospital
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. — Police in mid-Michigan say two people traveling in a passenger car were killed when it collided with a school bus, injuring two students.
The Isabella County Sheriff's Office says the car entered the oncoming lane of traffic Thursday night along a road in Broomfield Township and collided with a Chippewa Hills school bus.
Police say the car sustained heavy damage and immediately caught fire. Both its driver and its only other occupant were killed in the 9 p.m. crash.
MLive.com reports that the school bus was carrying a junior varsity football team, coaches and staff. Two students aboard the bus suffered minor injuries and were transported by ambulance to an area hospital.
The sheriff's office was expected to release more information Friday on the crash.