In a miraculous event, nobody was harmed when a schoolbus went hurtling into a creek in Douglas, Kansas, around 4 p.m. on October 31, reports The Associated Press.
Investigators are still piecing together what happened, but a sixth-grader on board, Logan Parker, said, “[we] hit a couple of bumps and then we fell into the water. The driver was shaking and a lot of people were screaming and crying. The lesson here is not to drive through water.”
The driver credited the actions of the children as the reason nobody was harmed.
The 10 students onboard plus the driver all survived, escaping through the roof hatch.
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