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Four Vehicle Fender Bender

by Bobby Blair
December 7, 2011

No injures shortly after 3:30 p.m. when four vehicles rear-ended each other.

Four vehicles which included a bus were involved in a multi rear-end collision in front of the First Congregational Church.

This vechicle above seemed to have hit the tail end of the bus and received the most extensive visible damage.

While the ambulance was called one person signed a refusal and the ambulance returned to quarters. Names were taken of the students on the bus so that parents could be contacted. This crash was one of many on Wednesday.

 

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