Bus crash with 14 students

UPDATE: 7 p.m.

Emergency Health Services says four students were taken to hospital following a school bus crash in Mission, B.C.

Spokeswoman Shannon Miller says emergency responders received a report of the crash at about 3:15 p.m.

She says 14 students were on the bus and four were treated at the scene, then transported to hospital in stable condition.

Five paramedic units responded to the collision, which occurred in a rural area of the Fraser Valley municipality on Stave Lake Road.

RCMP Staff Sgt. Steve Crawford says the school bus, which was carrying students from the Khalsa Centre, left the road and went into the ditch.

He says the cause of the single-vehicle collision is under investigation and those treated in hospital sustained minor injuries.

– The Canadian Press

UPDATE: 5:15 p.m.

Paramedics treated four students at the scene of a bus crash in Mission on Tuesday,

The collision occurred on Stave Lake Road and just after 4 p.m. All four patients were taken to hospital in stable condition.

ORIGINAL: 4 p.m.

Paramedics are rushing to a collision involving a school bus with 14 students onboard in Mission.

Emergency Health Services said crews were dispatched just after 3 p.m. to a collision on Stave Lake Road.

All 14 students are believed to be in stable condition.

“One paramedic crew is on scene and four more units are en route to the remote area,” said a spokesperson.

It is not clear what caused the collision at this time.

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