School bus and utility service vehicle collide in Meigs County.
Police said the truck driver apparently was reversing out of a construction site and collided with the passing tram.
The sun rose Thursday over a somber ceremony marking the third anniversary of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Officials said the building was over 30 years old and needed repairs, which couldn’t be carried out due to the coronavirus lockdown.
All of the passengers and one crew member sleeping below deck were killed — none apparently having a chance to escape.
The van overturned and its roof collided with the front of the larger bus.
At least 10 students were on the bus and six of them were taken to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.
No gas odors were reported prior to this morning’s event and BGE did not receive any recent gas odor calls from the block of homes that were damaged.
Police said at least three shooters may have been involved, though no arrests were immediately announced.
A fourth house in the row was partly destroyed, and the neighborhood was strewn with glass from shattered windows.