Teen Driver Collides with School Bus in New Jersey, Police Report
On Friday, a car driven by a teenager was involved in a collision with a school bus in Manchester.
According to the authorities, the young driver attempted to perform an incorrect lane change, which led to the collision.
A collision occurred at approximately 3:45 p.m. at the junction of Colonial Drive and Route 37.
According to the Manchester police, the collision occurred when the teen driver of the car attempted to proceed straight while in the left turn lane, which resulted in the collision with the school bus.
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The school bus and the automobile were both heading in the same direction, which was west on Colonial Drive.
It was reported by the police that a student on the bus complained of having head ache but declined to be treated for it.
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An individual who was fifty years old was the driver of the bus, according to the authorities.
The vehicle is owned by the Manchester school system in Ocean County. Minor damage occurred on both vehicles.
The collision is still being looked at by authorities.