WEBER COUNTY, Utah — Two teenagers are in serious condition and two students on a bus suffered minor injuries after an SUV and a school bus collided in unincorporated Weber County Thursday afternoon.
The crash occurred sometime after 3 p.m. in the vicinity of 3500 West and 1800 South and involved an SUV and a school bus.
According to a press release from the Weber County Sheriff’s Office, initial reports indicate the crash occurred after the SUV ran a stop sign while traveling south on 3500 West and then collided with the bus.
Two male students from Freemont High School were in the SUV, and both suffered serious injuries. The two were taken to a hospital by ground ambulance. A medical helicopter was initially called for but later canceled.
There were 34 students from Walquist Junior High School on the bus when the crash occurred. A 13-year-old boy and a 12-year-old girl suffered minor injuries, and after being treated at the scene both were released to their parents. The driver of the bus was not injured.
FOX 13 News has a crew on the way to the scene and has reached out to authorities for further information, and we will update this story as more details emerge.