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Cars crash, hit school bus

This Expedition pulled into the path of another car, causing a collision involving this Cedar Springs School bus. Post photo by J. Reed.

A Cedar Springs School bus waiting for traffic was hit Wednesday while taking kids home from school.

According to Kent County Sheriff Deputy Ryan Coil, Bus #37 was eastbound on 17 Mile about 2:45 p.m. and was stopped and waiting to turn north on Myers Lake, when an Expedition, which was southbound on Myers Lake, pulled out from the stop sign and into the path of a westbound PT Cruiser. The ensuing collision knocked one of the cars into the bus.

Cedar Springs Police helped with traffic control at the scene of an accident involving a school bus Wednesday.

According to Cedar Springs Public Schools Assistant Superintendent David Cairy, a Cedar Springs Fire and Rescue checked out the students and everyone said they were ok. He also said a bus mechanic checked out the bus, and it was fine, too.

Deputy Coil said that no one was injured in the accident.

None of the students were injured in the accident Wednesday.


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3 Responses to “Cars crash, hit school bus”

  1. emilee says:

    wow not good 2 day ove school

  2. Yikes! We need to pray for protection for our students.

  3. Trisha Dart says:

    There have been far too many accidents at that corner. No one died this time but there has been too many deaths already including my brother who died on Dec. 31, 1993. Other than him there has been 3 other deaths since 1993. People fly through that intersection on a daily basis. The stop signs aren’t helping. It’s time for a light.




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