WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – A school bus carrying students was hit Wednesday morning enroute to school.
A bus enroute to Frost Elementry was hit by an oncoming car Monday morning at 3200 West 4700 South.
Granite School District’s Communications Director Ben Horsely says it was a special needs bus carrying three students.
No one was injured, the three students were picked up by another bus and taken to school.
Granite School District posted a tweet advising morning drivers to slow down and pay attention.
What is this vehicle doing on the complete opposite side of the road you ask? Buses are big, yellow, with a lot of lights and reflective striping for a reason. Slow down and pay attention. Our body shop doesn’t need the work. #drivesafe pic.twitter.com/K7dJbvPr2U— Granite School Dist. (@GraniteSchools) January 9, 2019