NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - A First Student school bus went barreling out of control Friday morning and slammed into a building on Niagara Falls Boulevard.
No students were on board, but the 49-year-old female driver, 42-year-old female bus aide and 54-year-old woman who owned the building were hurt. The impact of the crash knocked down part of the brick building, which is near the Salvation Army. The building was condemned by the city inspector.
The bus was also badly damaged and was removed for inspection. At this time, no charges have been filed.
All three of the victims were taken to ECMC for treatment.
Niagara Falls Police continue to investigate the crash.
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