MANSON, Ind. (WLFI) - Parents of children who were involved in a Clinton County school bus crash were notified two school administrators plan to ride the bus with students Monday.
Friday, a school bus from the Clinton Prairie School Corporation crashed just south of Manson. The bus went off the road, rolled once and then landed on its side. The 27 people on board, including the driver, were sent to the hospital. Most suffered only minor injuries. Three students were taken by ambulance in serious condition at the time of the crash.
During a News 18 interview Sunday, mother Shelley Martin said she was contacted by the school, saying the principal and vice principal would be riding the bus with her daughter and the rest of the students to calm any nerves from Friday's crash.
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