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2 flown to hospital after bus carrying college baseball players flipped along Highway 290

by Kevin Woodward
WALLER COUNTY, Texas (KTRK)– Two individuals needed to be flown to the health center after an exclusive charter bus lugging university baseball gamers surrendered along Highway 290 and FM 362 late Wednesday evening in Waller County.

The Waller Police Department informed ABC13 that they were phoned call to the scene, near a Buc-ee’s, for a charter bus that rescinded.

When authorities got here, they found the bus on its side and the damaged gamers from Spartans Post Grad Academy.

In an upgrade at around 10: 40 a.m. Thursday, Waller authorities claimed that 21 individuals got on board, consisting of 2 trainers and the motorist.

Sixteen individuals were harmed. Of those, 14 mosted likely to regional health centers.

The 2 individuals flown to the health center had non-life-threatening injuries, cops state.

ABC13 has actually found out the bus was heading home to Montgomery from Austin, where the group contended in an event.

” I just remember I was enjoying my Netflix, and after that out of no place, I listen to a sound and the bus goes nuts. My body went loose. I remember I got on the ground when I opened my eyes. It was rather frightening,” claimed pupil Jacobi Allen.

Officials state someone was caught and needed to be gotten rid of from the bus by the fire division.

No various other lorries were entailed, yet the reason for the collision is still under examination.

Editor’s Note: An earlier variation of this tale stated that at least 20 baseball gamers were harmed. That was according to info ABC13 gotten from Waller cops.

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