At least 16 people were injured on Wednesday after a North Carolina school bus was involved in a head-on crash with another vehicle.
Two adults and 14 students were reported injured as a result of the collision, which occurred before 6:30 a.m. in Charlotte.
The crash involved the school bus, a small dump truck, as well as another vehicle, authorities said.
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No students sustained life-threatening injuries. However, one adult was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries, and another adult suffered life-threatening injuries, according to a report.
At least 15 students were aboard the bus at the time of the crash, and officials said they were evacuated without much difficulty.
It took roughly half an hour to free the bus driver and over an hour to free the dump truck driver from the wreckage, the report noted.
Both the dump truck driver and bus driver were stable and conscious upon rescue, officials said.
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An investigation into the collision is ongoing, but officials said they believe this was a normal crash.