4 sent to hospital after 3-vehicle crash with charter bus in Jupiter  

JUPITER, FL – Four people were transported to a local hospital for a medical evaluation after a charter bus and two other vehicles collided on I-95 Tuesday, WPTV said. 

This collision happened around 2:45 p.m., and the impact led one of the automobiles to come to rest in a ditch. The charter bus and one vehicle sustained minor damage and were found on the side of the road. 

Florida Highway Patrol noted that one other charter bus, which had students on it, was at the site but indicated that this specific bus was not involved in this crash. 

The source noted that 27 people were on the bus, revealing many told authorities they did not sustain any injuries or feel physical pain. Still, the four were taken as a precaution. 

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Last Updated : April 24, 2024

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