Two injured in CMS bus crash with students on board

11 elementary aged kids were on the bus when it crashed into a Ford F-150, but it is still unclear who is at fault due to a lack of signs at the intersection.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Two people were injured after a CMS bus was involved in an accident at the intersection of Toddville Road and Old Mt Holly Road in Charlotte Thursday afternoon.

The bus was delivering students back home from Waddell Language Academy when it collided with a Ford F-150 truck. The crash stopped traffic for several minutes.

The two people who were transported are being treated for minor injuries. CMS has confirmed to NBC Charlotte that one was a student who was treated as a precaution.

Officials have confirmed there were a total 11 students on board the bus at the time of the crash.

In an unrelated incident, a vehicle rear-ended a bus at the intersection of Providence and Alberto road Thursday.

No injuries were reported in the second crash, and it is still unknown whether there were any students on board at the time.

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