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Nobody injured in Weeki Wachee crash involving two Hernando school buses

WEEKI WACHEE -- Nobody was injured Friday afternoon when three vehicles, including two Hernando County school buses carrying more than 100 students, collided on U.S. 19 at State Road 50.

The crash happened about 2:40 p.m.

A 1999 Toyota Tacoma driven by Steven Peter Seybold, 67, of Homosassa, was traveling south on the inside lane of U.S. 19. The buses also were traveling south, one in the center lane, the other in the outside lane.

All vehicles were stopped at the red light for Cortez Boulevard.

When the light changed to green, all three vehicle started forward. Seybold's vehicle drifted toward the center lane and hit the left front of the bus in the center lane. After that, Seybold's vehicle continued toward the outside lane and hit the left side of the other bus.

After the collisions, all three vehicles moved to the shoulder. None of the occupants were injured, including the 103 teenagers on the buses.

Nobody injured in Weeki Wachee crash involving two Hernando school buses 08/23/13 [Last modified: Friday, August 23, 2013 7:01pm]
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