- 2 killed in wrong-way crash between semi, school bus near Bloomington
- Two Dead In Normal West Bus Crash On I-74
- UPDATE: Normal West team released from hospital after fatal bus crash
2 killed in wrong-way crash between semi, school bus near Bloomington
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Two adults were killed and several students injured after a head-on crash, wrong-way crash between a semi and a school bus near Bloomington, Ill. Wednesday night. Full Story. Local News. Weather Traffic U. Station Info. Follow Us:.
Two people died and two others were seriously injured Wednesday night when a semitrailer truck on Interstate 74 crashed head-on into a school bus carrying Normal West girls basketball players back from a game in Champaign. None of the students were critically injured. The crash happened at p. Illinois State Police said the semitrailer truck was driving in the wrong lane when it struck the bus head-on. Videos circulating on social media showed the front of the bus caved in. Crabtree was a volunteer with the basketball team, she said.
The driver of the semi truck was pronounced dead in the ER. Coach Steve Price suffered several broken bones, and is on the road to recovery, said the principal of Normal Community West High School in a morning press conference. Price is listed in fair condition. All were treated and released. Four patients were treated and released at Advocate BroMenn in Normal last night. A year-old man from Iowa, who has not been identified yet. One adult is dead, another person is in critical condition and at least seven other people are hurt after a bus carrying Normal West JV girls basketball players collided with a semi head-on while traveling on I tonight, according to Illinois State Police and the McLean Co.
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State police identified the volunteer as Charles Crabtree of Normal. School district officials said all players were released from the hospital on Thursday. Toxicology results are pending, according to the Peoria County coroner, and it was not known if Hute was wearing a seat belt, ABC reported. On Facebook, McClean County Unit District 5 officials said the school community is "devastated" by Crabtree's death, and that the condition of the other injured adults was unknown as of midnight. State police told the Pantagraph the other injured adult was a coach, and Normal West Athletic Director Stan Lewis said the team was returning from a game at Champaign Central. School officials said 11 people were on the bus at the time of the crash, including eight students.
CNN A semi truck driving the wrong way crashed with a school bus carrying a girls basketball team, killing two people just outside Bloomington, Illinois, state police and school officials said. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. A semi truck and a school bus were involved in a crash Wednesday night near Bloomington, Illinois, police said. A spokeswoman with the Unit 5 school district in McLean County said the Normal West High School junior varsity girls basketball team was traveling on the bus. The driver of the semi truck, a year-old man from Iowa, and Charles Crabtree, 72, a school volunteer traveling with the team, were killed in the crash, state police and school officials said. The eight student athletes on the bus suffered injures that were not life-threatening and were taken to a hospital, police said.
Two Dead In Normal West Bus Crash On I-74
Two Killed When Wrong-Way Truck Hits School Bus
UPDATE: Normal West team released from hospital after fatal bus crash
One of the two people killed, Charlie Crabtree, 72, of Normal, was identified Thursday. Crabtree was a beloved longtime volunteer for the girls basketball team. The collision also killed the truck driver, year-old Ryan E. Hute, of Iowa. All eight members of the basketball team were taken to hospitals, but their injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.