Car Towed, School Bus Scratched after Accident at Ohrenberger School
One child was in a passenger vehicle and was not injured. The following article is based on a Boston Police report.
No one was injured in an accident involving a school bus and another vehicle at the Ohrenberger School driveway.
On March 1 around 8:42 a.m., Boston Police spoke with the vice principal of the school who witnessed the accident. The school bus was trying to turn left out of the school's driveway onto West Boundary Road, at the same a car was trying to take a right into the school's parking lot.
The driver of the car had his daughter in the car, who was evaluated by the school's nurse and determined she had no injuries, according to a Boston Police report. The car's rear bumper was hanging off the vehicle and needed to be towed.
The driver of the school bus was unharmed. The safety supervisor for First Students Bus Company took photographs of the school bus, which had scratches on its side.