1 Airlifted to Hospital After Hudson Valley School Bus Tips Over
A school bus tipped over in the Hudson Valley seriously trapping one and causing one to be flown to a hospital.
On Monday around 7:10 a.m., the Plattekill Fire & Ambulance along with Cronomer Valley Fire Department were dispatched to Quaker Street for a school bus rollover with entrapment.
First responders quickly determined the bus driver was heavily trapped and requested a second alarm be transmitted for additional equipment to the scene.
There were no students on the bus at the time of the accident, officials say.
It took 31 minutes for the driver to be removed from the bus. The unnamed driver was transported by Plattekill Ambulance to the nearby landing zone and airlifted to Westchester Medical Center for undisclosed injuries sustained in the crash.
The cause of the crash is unclear as of this writing.
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