ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Two middle-school students and their bus driver are in critical condition following a bus crash in Anaheim, Calif.
Authorities say the fast-moving bus jumped a curb Thursday, plowed into trees and a lamppost, and came to rest tilting sideways.
The driver had to be cut from the bus and pulled through the windshield. In addition to the two critically injured students, nine others had more minor injuries.
Authorities say 11 middle school students and their driver were injured in a school bus crash in Southern California.
Anaheim police Lt. Bob Dunn says three of the injured - the driver and two of the children - are in critical condition after the Thursday afternoon crash. The other nine students had minor injuries.
Television news reports show the Orange Unified School District bus tilted sideways and leaning against a tree on a roadside embankment next to Anaheim Hills Golf Course. Police say no other vehicles were involved in the crash.
The driver was trapped inside the bus, and firefighters removed him before he was taken to the hospital.
The California Highway Patrol will take over the investigation. There is no immediate word on the cause of the crash.
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