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Several Children Hurt In Montana Parade Crash

40 third-grade students were on the float


 
 

| Friday, September 17, 2010


BILLINGS, Mont. - Officials say several third-graders were injured in Crow Agency when a pickup truck hit the float they were riding on before a parade meant to celebrate Native American Week.

Gene Grose, principal of Crow School, says the pickup hit a decorated flatbed carrying about 40 students Thursday morning. Witnesses say they think the pickup was traveling at about 35 mph.

The Billings Gazette reports that four ambulances, along with school buses, took the injured children to a Crow Agency hospital, where Grose says they were treated for minor "bumps and bruises." It is unclear how many students were injured.

The principal says the parade, along with a feast for parents and a mini-powwow planned for the day were canceled because "there are too many traumatized kids and adults."

The Bureau of Indian Affairs police department in Crow Agency is investigating.

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Information from: Billings Gazette, http://www.billingsgazette.com



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