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Several Injured in Fort Worth School Bus Crash

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    Several Injured in Fort Worth School Bus Crash

    Several people sustained minor injuries after a school bus crash in Fort Worth Wednesday afternoon, police say. (Published Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019)

    Several people sustained minor injuries after a school bus crash in Fort Worth Wednesday afternoon, police say.

    The crash happened in the 6900 block of Sheridan Road, just west of Interstate 35W and south of Altamesa Boulevard, Fort Worth police said. 

    Though the crash happened in Fort Worth, the bus appeared to be with the Everman Independent School District. Police said the bus driver and three children were transported to the hospital by ambulance.

    Two children were transported by private vehicles as a precaution, according to Fort Worth police.

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    (Published Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019)

    Damian Domezain, a studnet at Charles Baxter Junior High School, was on the bus. He told NBC 5 the entire incident happened fast.

    At first, he did not realize what happened until he was being rushed to get out of the back of the bus.

    "I was scared, and I thought it would never happen," he said. "Supposedly, this girl got hit right in the face and this one girl, she lives right there. She couldn't walk or anything. She was hurt. She was in the front."

    Police did not say what caused the crash.

    NBC 5's Chris Blake contributed to this report.

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