Ambulance rear ends school bus in Hartford, 2 taken to hospital

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — An ambulance rear-ended a school bus carrying 16 students in Hartford Friday afternoon, school officials say.

According to the school district, the bus from the Breakthrough II school was hit on Main Street at Wethersfield Avenue around 3:30 p.m.

Officials say one student sitting in the back of the bus and the bus driver were taken to the hospital after complaining of pain. They say parents are picking up other students at the scene.

It is not known if the ambulance was on a call, or if anyone in the ambulance was injured.

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