School bus accident injures five students

September 20, 2001

Five Old Mill High School students suffered minor injuries when their school bus collided with a car yesterday morning, county officials said.

The five girls, ranging in age from 13 to 17, were released from North Arundel Hospital after being treated for bumps and bruises, neck pain and headaches, police said. The bus, operated by J.B. Edwards Bus Service with 46 students aboard, was headed east on Donaldson Avenue in Severn when a four-door sedan pulled out from a 7-Eleven parking lot, police said.

The car's driver, Eric Dwayne Brown, 31, of Glen Burnie, was taken to Maryland's Shock Trauma Center He was treated and released last night, a hospital spokeswoman said.

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