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Thursday, September 22, 2016

No apparent injuries as school bus, car collide

PELHAM - Police say none of the 21 elementary school students aboard the bus that collided with a car Tuesday morning were injured, and the drivers also reported they were unhurt.

Emergency personnel were called at about 8:30 a.m. to the intersection of Mammoth and Tallant roads for the reported crash, which caused minor damage to the bus and moderate damage to the car. ...

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PELHAM - Police say none of the 21 elementary school students aboard the bus that collided with a car Tuesday morning were injured, and the drivers also reported they were unhurt.

Emergency personnel were called at about 8:30 a.m. to the intersection of Mammoth and Tallant roads for the reported crash, which caused minor damage to the bus and moderate damage to the car.

Police said the bus driver, Amy Gilcreast, 39, of Hudson, was traveling south on Mammoth Road, which is Route 128, when a Toyota Camry operated by Ashley Collins, 27, of Salem, pulled onto Mammoth Road, causing the vehicles to collide.

Firefighters and ambulance personnel checked the drivers and students as a precaution, police said.

A preliminary investigation showed that neither alcohol nor excess speed appear to be factors in the crash, police said, adding that it remains under investigation.

Police ask anyone who has more information to contact Pelham Master Patrol Officer Ronald Page at 635-2411.

- DEAN SHALHOUP