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Bus and car collide on US-123, 4 injured

One of the scariest things to hear about is a bus getting into an accident. Buses are large, so the likelihood is that the smaller vehicle will be the one to suffer the most damage. People in the bus, as well as in the vehicle that was struck, could end up with injuries as a result of the driver's mistake.

That happened in South Carolina on Dec. 6, when a bus hit a vehicle while traveling on US 123. The South Carolina Highway Patrol reported to the scene where four people were discovered injured.

The bus, which is owned by the Salvation Army, had 30 children on board at the time of the crash. The driver hit a vehicle that was attempting to make a left-hand turn from Andrews Street.

On board the bus, two children were hurt as a result of the crash. In the car that was hit, two people suffered injuries. They were transported to St. Francis Eastside Hospital for the treatment of their injuries. It was reported that the injuries were minor.

The South Carolina Highway Patrol remarked that it is still investigating the crash and that charges are pending.

In crashes like this one, it's important to determine who is at fault and to make sure they're held responsible for the collision. Those who are injured have the right to seek a claim against the driver or drivers responsible for the crash, so they can focus on their recoveries instead of worrying about financial losses, returning to work or school or other factors.

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