One in critical, non life threatening condition after school bus crash in B.C.
By The Canadian Press
CACHE CREEK, B.C. – A school bus carrying a high school girls’ volleyball team has crashed on a highway in British Columbia’s Interior, injuring several people including one with critical, but non-life-threatening injuries.
Cpl. Mike Halskov with BC RCMP Traffic Services says the bus with two adults and 10 youth on board went off the road and into a ditch on Highway 97 near Cache Creek.
B.C. Emergency Health Services says in a tweet that it responded to the crash just after 12 p.m. Tuesday and triaged 12 patients, with early indications that all were in stable condition.
The agency says in a follow-up tweet that one critically injured patent was transported to hospital by air ambulance while seven others were taken via ground ambulance.
A school district superintendent says the College Heights Secondary girls volleyball team from Prince George was involved in the crash.
Marilyn Marquis-Forster says the team was headed to Powell River to compete in the BC High School Volleyball Championships.
It’s not clear what caused the single-vehicle crash.
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