Maine School Bus Driver Suffers Medical Event, Crashes Through Storage Building
According to WGME 13, a Maine school bus crashed into a storage building on Wednesday morning after the driver reportedly suffered some kind of a medical event.
The news station reports that the, Western Foothills Regional School Unit #10, bus crashed just off of the Harlow Hill Road in the town of Mexico, Maine at about 9 o'clock in the morning on Wednesday. The crash happened near the Mexico One Stop and sent the bus careening into a storage building.
WGME also goes on to report that at the time of the crash there were no students on board the bus.
Fortunately, the driver was alert and conscious when he was taken out of the school bus by responding emergency crews, WGME reports.
In addition to the apparent medical event that was suffered by the school bus driver, he also suffered some kind of a head injury as a result of the crash into the building.
WGME goes on in their reporting to indicate that nobody else was injured in the Wednesday's school bus crash.
As this story is still developing, and we don't yet have word on the driver's condition, we will continue to keep this story updated as more information becomes available to us either through reliable sources or through our media partners.
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