Seventeen children were sent to Ohio hospitals on Tuesday after two school buses collided at a red light.
The accident happened in Lebanon, just 25 miles south of Dayton. Four buses, filled with eight-graders, were traveling to a vocational school when the accident occurred, according to Valerie Browning Superintendent.
One of the students says she was aboard the first bus when it was struck from behind, shattering the rear window.
Most of the injured students complained of shoulder and neck pain. Two girls were immobilized by paramedics using a back and neck brace. Their conditions are unknown at this time.
The investigation is ongoing.
Last week, a vehicle crashed into a school bus sending both drivers to the hospital. The crash occurred near the intersection of Cincinnati-Daytona and Hamilton-Mason roads according to officials. One student ws riding on the bus at the time of the accident and was not injured,
No citations have been issued.