APD: Nine students taken to hospital following school bus rollover crash
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Authorities are investigating a school bus rollover crash in southwest Albuquerque, at Gibson and Messina Drive.
KOB 4 has a crew at the scene. Police said the crash involved a white Mustang and a school bus with 23 students inside. Nine students were taken to the hospital, as well as the driver of the bus and Mustang. None of the injuries are reportedly life-threatening.
Albuquerque Public Schools confirmed the bus was carrying students from George I. Sánchez Collaborative Community School.
Police said the school principal is on scene and is calling the parents of the students. The parents have been asked to meet with the principal just west of Messina and Gibson to pick up their children.
APS officials said they do not have enough buses for Thursday and are urging parents to plan accordingly.
To watch the full press conference on the crash, click here.
This is a developing story. Stay with KOB Eyewitness News 4 and KOB.com for updates.