A Fort Worth Independent School District school bus was involved in a crash Monday morning.
According to Matt Zavadsky with MedStar Mobile Healthcare, which provides mobile ambulance service in Fort Worth and 14 other Tarrant County cities, the school bus and another vehicle, a black Nissan, collided at about 10:15 a.m., injuring seven people.
MedStar said three children, an adult from the bus and the adult driver of the second vehicle were all transported to area hospitals. One adult and another child were treated at the scene. The conditions of all of those involved were not released.
Clint Bond, with the Fort Worth ISD, said the bus was on the way to the Middle Level Learning Center at 4921 Benbrook Highway in Fort Worth at the time of the crash.
Bond said there were four students on the bus and one driver.
The Fort Worth ISD delayed the start of classes on Monday due to weather. Zavadsky added that the crash was not weather related.
NBC 5 has crews on the way to gather more information about the situation.