At least 22 people were injured a crash between two school buses in Cleveland this morning.
Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO Eric Gordon is on-scene at E.71 and Hough where the wreck, involving a CMSD school bus and a charter school bus, happened just before 7 a.m.
Twelve students and one adult were transported via ambulance to Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in stable condition. Another adult was taken to MetroHealth in stable condition.
A spokesperson from Rainbow said that they are treating a total of 21 patients who were involved in the crash, including 17 or 18 students from I Can School.
EMS and police are on scene investigating.
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