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Bus Idaho dump truck: 1 child killed after dump truck hits school bus

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A Bus in Idaho was rear ended by a dump truck leaving several people injured. On Dec. 5, NWCN reported that there were "multiple injuries" when the accident occurred around 8 a.m. near Deer Flat and Happy Valley roads in Nampa. Many of said injuries involved students who were on their way to Crimson Point Elementary this morning. The bus in the accident was #11.

According to the New York Daily News, one child has been confirmed dead. The age and name of the victim have not been released. At least four other children have been seriously injured also -- all are believed to be elementary school students.

The bus and dump truck accident in Idaho is being investigated. At this point in time it is unclear what caused the accident. It's unknown if the dump truck driver fell asleep or wasn't paying attention. So far, every possible scenario is on the table until the investigation concludes.

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© Effie Orfanides 2013

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